Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary strongly believes that personal, professional, and spiritual formation does not end with a degree. It is a lifelong learning process that engages with present-day realities and looks ahead with hope, imagination, and a deep commitment to do all the good one can. With continuing education courses, workshops, certificates, webinars, and more, there is something for everyone.
Garrett offers a number of credit-bearing certificates that can assist you in discerning whether to pursue a full degree program; complete education requirements for a United Methodist certification; and/or personal and professional enrichment for your life, leadership, and thinking.
Our Vocational Network offers opportunities for developing relationships between current Garrett students and alums, for staying connected to the seminary and networking with ministry leaders in your field, and for continuing your vocational discernment and development all along life’s journey.
Auditing a class is a good way to learn more about a topic of interest or to brush up on new information. The option to audit a course is open to anyone at the discretion of the faculty member. Auditors do not receive academic credit for the course, but can receive 1 CEU per credit hour.
Director of Innovation and Lifelong Formation
Coordinator of Advanced and Specialized Programs