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Visitor Health Screening Form

Students attending non-credit class sessions in the UT Conference Center and/or other campus locations must complete a health screening form each day within two hours before reporting to class.

COVID-19 Update from UT Non-Credit Programs – September 14, 2020

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UT Conferences & Non-Credit Programs is offering a number of non-credit courses this fall with the option to attend either in class or virtually, via Zoom.

Our dual courses present a convenient way to continue your lifelong learning from wherever you choose. Additionally, several courses have been moved to an online-only format.

View our dual and online-only course offerings for Fall 2020.

Enhance your career skills and open new possibilities with Professional Development courses and programs. Learn a new hobby or perfect an existing one with Personal Development. Explore the Smoky Mountains with the Smoky Mountain Field School. Children can learn and explore at the university with Kids U, including our new Virtual Fall STEAM Camps

With our corporate training program, we can create a customized learning experience for your employees that will result in higher productivity and overall job satisfaction.

View the UT Non-Credit Fall 2020 catalog.

You must be 18 or older to register for and attend a UT non-credit course or certificate program. A notable exception is our Kids U summer camps.

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UT Non-Credit Programs partners with EmergingEd to deliver high-impact professional development online courses in the most in-demand technology topics

We’re excited to offer new high-impact professional development online courses in Cybersecurity, Data Science, Blockchain, and Health Tech, built in collaboration with EmergingEd and designed and delivered by leading industry experts. Register today!

EmergingEd and UT’s online courses are knowledge- and skills-based, with offerings in the technology-forward disciplines at the forefront of the professional world today. These subjects have been chosen because of their current and projected demand in the job market, and for the rapidly-evolving nature of their technology skills and tools.

Through this partnership, we are able to deliver expert-driven, high-impact course content in the most in-demand emerging technology fields to the UT online learning community.


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Prepare for a New Career with Our In-Demand Health Care Programs

Offered to both working adults interested in a new career and current health care professionals, our certificate programs will help prepare you for the numerous jobs available to health care staff and professionals.

The following in-class programs are available this fall: Medical Billing & Coding, Dental Assisting, Phlebotomy Technician, and Pharmacy Technician. We’re also offering 10 online programs.

You’re invited to attend an information session on Thursday, Sept. 10, to learn more about our programs. Register now.

Anyone interested in enrolling should possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Financing and flexible payment options are available. Call 865-974-0150.


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Six New Online Career Programs Now Available

UT Non-Credit Programs, in partnership with ed2go, is offering six new online career programs designed to provide the skills necessary to acquire professional-level positions: Freight Broker/Agent Training Certificate, Online CompTIA A+ Certificate, Payroll Practice & Management Certificate, Technical Writing Certificate, Certified Bookkeeper, and Entrepreneurship.

These programs were developed by a team of professionals from each respective field, providing you with effective web-based learning programs. Instructors/mentors are actively involved in your online learning experience, responding to any questions or concerns, as well as encouraging and motivating you to succeed.

Certified Bookkeeper Entrepreneurship



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