The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized unit of measurement for participation in non-credit continuing education programs. Adults who successfully complete George Mason University's approved programs will be awarded continuing education units. A permanent record of CEUs awarded will be maintained in the university database and will be easily accessible for certification and verification purposes.
One CEU is defined as ten contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education experience. A CEU can be awarded in whole units or fractions of a unit (one-tenth unit) for each additional contact hour. Continuing and Professional Education also is responsible for awarding CEUs to all students who successfully complete course requirements for CEU approved courses.
Continuing and Professional Education sponsors open enrollment courses, workshops, and seminars that are designed to enhance the skills of all participants.
Continuing and Professional Education manages the review of programs to determine if they qualify for CEUs. To make these determinations, Continuing and Professional Education uses guidelines and criteria for awarding CEUs, and compares courses to national measurement standards.
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