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Continuing Education

Enrich your personal or professional growth with programs offered through the Continuing Education office. Programs can be customized to meet your organization's needs. Please contact the Continuing Education office for more information.

Fall 2019 Schedule

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE - Beginning Level 1           
During this 8-week course, students will learn to introduce themselves, exchange personal information, talk about where they live and learn to count. Strategies will be taught in order to maintain a conversation. The class will be conducted in ASL from the first day and will maintain a signing environment at all times.

Date:  Coming Spring 2020 - Click here to be notified
Instructor: Scott Ready
Cost: $185 – book not included
Required coursebook: Signing Naturally, Units 1-6 - ISBN#978-1581212105

BASIC SPANISH              Click here to register
During this 10-week course, students will gain a basic comprehension of the language to travel abroad or to communicate orally with native Spanish speakers.  Emphasis will be on vocabulary acquisition, simple sentence structure and conversational skills.

Date: September 17 – November 19 (Tuesday)
Time: 6 - 8 pm
Location: Bluffton Campus - Hargray Bldg, Room 160
Instructor: Bob Harris
Cost: $225 - book not included
Required coursebook:  Learn Spanish the Fast and Fun Way - 4th Ed   
                                    ISBN: 978-1438074979 - (This book is used in Ad Basic Spanish)

ADVANCE BASIC SPANISH    
This course allows students to expand their comprehension of the language to communicate orally with native Spanish speakers.  Students can expect more emphasis on grammar, an introduction to past and future tenses along with the improving conversational skills.

Date: Coming Spring 2020 Click here to be notified
Instructor: Bob Harris
Cost: $225 - book not included
Required coursebook:   Learn Spanish the Fast and Fun Way - 4th Ed
                                              ISBN: 978-1438074979

COMMUNITY YOGA
Yoga will improve flexibility, increase strength and reduce stress. USCB’s Community Yoga offers two yoga classes two times per week. You must register for each segment; a total of 3 segments this semester. Registration for each segment provides unlimited access for 5 weeks. Drop-ins are welcomed if space is available - $15. Please call 843-208-8246. Classes are on the Beaufort Campus.

Restorative/Yin Yoga - 4 PM - 5 PM
Yoga improves your flexibility, calms and rejuvenates your mind. This class is a great combination of stretching and relaxation exercises that promotes a greater range of motion, improved balance and mental clarity.

Vinyasa Yoga - 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Tired of the same yoga routine? One of the more popular styles of yoga, Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing sequence of poses that involves synchronizing the breath with each pose. Commonly referred to as “flow” yoga because of the smooth transition from pose to pose.

Click on the segment below to register. Each segment is $100.

Segment 1: September 9 – October 9
Monday & Wednesday
Location: Beaufort Campus - 2nd floor of the Student Center/1211 Newcastle Street (under the blue awning - behind Talbot's)
Instructor: Kristina Jeremiah, Certified Yoga Instructor
Restorative/Yin: 4 – 5 pm
Vinyasa Flow: 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Segment 2: October 14 – November 13
Monday & Wednesday
Location: Beaufort Campus - 2nd floor of the Student Center/1211 Newcastle Street (under the blue awning - behind Talbot's)
Instructor: Kristina Jeremiah, Certified Yoga Instructor
Restorative/Yin: 4 – 5 pm
Vinyasa Flow: 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Segment 3*: November 18 – December 11
11/18, 20, 25, 27, 12/2, 3, 4, 9, 10 11
Location: Beaufort Campus - 2nd floor of the Student Center/1211 Newcastle Street (under the blue awning - behind Talbot's)
Instructor: Kristina Jeremiah, Certified Yoga Instructor
Restorative/Yin: 4 – 5 pm
Vinyasa Flow: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
 


 

Refund & Cancellation Policy for Continuing Education Classes

No refunds will be made unless the class is cancelled due to low registration. If you are unable to attend, you can transfer your registration to another class or give your spot to a friend. Please call the Continuing Education office if you need to make a transfer.

A minimum enrollment is required for each class; therefore, classes can be cancelled due to low registration. If a class is cancelled, registrants have the option of receiving a full refund or transferring the fee to a later class.