ESF Offers Continuing Education Classes
Credit or non-credit
Whether you’re a natural resource and environmental professional, a student or a community member who is interested in the environment, the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) offers a number of continuing education classes for the spring semester including late afternoon and evening classes.
You don’t have to be admitted to a degree program at SUNY-ESF to take courses at the college. And you can take ESF’s courses for credit or as a noncredit student. Credit courses at ESF are available through ESF Continuing Education to all qualified persons who may benefit from them. The only requirements are that prerequisites for particular courses must be met, and consent of the instructor may be necessary for enrollment in some courses.
Late registration will be accepted through Monday, Jan. 28.