Business & Professional Development Institute
Who can Enroll
The Professional Development programs are geared towards members of the community that are looking to start a new career or expand their current one within the medical or business profession. Participants will receive detailed training by an instructor with direct experience in that field.
Courses and Flexible Study
Courses with the Center for Continuing Education are taught in the evenings, once or twice a week, depending upon the program schedule. All of our Professional Development courses are designed for the short term with Administrative/Business training programs covering 8 weeks and the Medical programs lasting up to 3 months. The program is designed to let you learn at a comfortable pace. Classes are designed to facilitate the individual needs of both novices and those currently working in that professional field that are looking to further their skills set.
Earning the Certificate
Administrative/Business Training Programs
Participants in the Bookkeeping Certification, Tax Certification, and Payroll Certification courses must complete and pass there certification test with the National Bookkeepers Association. Once an individual completes the certification process, the National Bookkeepers Association will be responsible in issuing the certificates for the individuals that have met all qualifications.
How the classes are setup
Students will attend classes at Texas A&M University-Kingsville campus in Cousins Hall and study the materials they will need on a weekly basis. The Center for Continuing Education does not have any particular order for how students take courses. Participants are able to register for internships related to that course for a separate price.
Registration is available through the Center for Continuing Educations main office at 925 Santa Gertrudis, Cousins Hall RM 108 at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Registration can be completed by walk-in, mail-in, fax, email and online via Marketplace. Visit the Registration Process page for more information.
This page was last updated on: September 17, 2015