2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog - Belmont University


Relationships with Other Schools and Agencies

Belmont Continuing Studies

Through Belmont Continuing Studies programs, the university seeks to meet the needs of the broader community by offering courses on topics of current interest. Many of the courses are planned for the business segment, dealing with management issues of the time. 

The university as an entity does not grant Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to individuals participating in continuing education programs. CEUs may be given by individual divisions (such as executive business programs), but those CEU units awards are given and maintained by that division and not by the university's Records Office. Student seeking CEUs should verify with that division offering the course in continuing education if it will carry a CEU award. In cases were the CEU is available the student should be in communication about the award prior to the course beginning. One CEU may be awarded for each 10 hours of participation.

University credit may be received by registering for a Special Studies course in the academic discipline. The approval of the dean of their major area and the dean of the school offering the course is required.