Boston College Continuing Education (BCCE) partners with several Boston College schools to create and implement continuing education, professional development, and online programming for alumni, practitioners in various fields, and the general public.

Program offerings

We offer a variety of programs during the day, in the evening, and on weekends so that professionals may refresh existing or acquire new skills, earn continuing education credit (CEUs) to maintain licensure, and advance their careers. Program offerings include:

  • Workshops
  • Certificate programs
  • Topic-specific trainings
  • Conferences

Our spring 2018 program offerings are for social workers, as our inaugural partnership is with the School of Social Work.

Faculty

BCCE faculty are experts actively working in their fields; many teach in degree programs at the University.

Learn more

If you have questions or would like to submit ideas or topics for continuing education programs or workshops, contact us:

Boston College Continuing Education
617-552-1838
continuinged@bc.edu

Certificate & Workshop Offerings

Boston College Continuing Education, in collaboration with the School of Social Work, offers a Certificate in Advanced Clinical Practice for Adults. This certificate program provides a deep exploration of the cutting-edge theoretical perspectives of attachment, trauma informed care, and neuroscience, as they relate to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of adults. In addition, participants select three electives in evidence-based treatment modalities for adults, and two electives in treatment focuses for adults, to gain advanced knowledge and deepen their practice in their particular area of expertise.

Intended for the experienced clinician.

Boston College Continuing Education, in collaboration with the School of Social Work, offers a Certificate in Advanced Clinical Practice for Children, Youth, and Families (CYF). This certificate program provides a deep exploration of the cutting-edge theoretical perspectives of attachment, trauma informed care, and neuroscience, as they relate to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of children, youth, and families. In addition, participants select three electives in evidence-based treatment modalities and two electives in treatment focuses for children, youth, and families, to gain advanced knowledge and deepen their practice in their particular area of expertise.

Intended for the experienced clinician.

Boston College Continuing Education, in collaboration with the School of Social Work, offers a series of workshops running in concurrent sessions over three days. This series runs three times a year, allowing licensed professionals to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) toward re-licensure. 

Intended for social work professionals looking to earn CEUs to maintain licensure.

Learn more about our instructors

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