For Continuing Education, please navigate to the registration portal HERE.
Please email with any questions pertaining to continuing education classes.

Corporate and Continuing Education

Corporate & Continuing Education

Corporate and Continuing Education at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College encompasses many programs to help you get ahead – whether you need to learn a new skill or trade, complete a certification or obtain a license, take classes to further your career, or learn a new hobby or leisure activity.

Our programs are taught by qualified professionals who have years of experience in their respective fields and our partnerships with agencies like the North Carolina Manufacturing Institute allow us to provide training for the careers of tomorrow. Our workforce development careers and many of our continuing education courses have opportunities for scholarships, so you can get the training you need without the burden of tuition to pay for classes.

If you’re not sure where you want to start, the R3 Center can guide you to finding a career that is just right for you – many of which can be done in nine weeks or less!

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information and assistance with continuing education courses, please contact the College at 704-216-3742 or email continuing education at

What brings you here today? I would like to…

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Improve my current job skills

Improve your current skills with online courses, professional licenses and certifications.

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Switch careers or start a new career

Explore programs to help you re-tool and
re-skill for a new career.

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Not sure where to start

If you’re not sure of your career path,
let us guide you.

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Start a business or get business resources

Get the resources you need to help you plan or grow your small business.

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Explore hobbies, special interests, and self-help

Explore leisure classes in motorcycle riding, foreign languages, art, agriculture and more.

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Finish what I started

Earn your high school diploma through our Adult Basic Education, Adult High School, or High School Equivalency programs.

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Learn to speak English

Learn English as a second language.

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Explore Internships or get career experience

Work-Based Learning programs help students achieve everyday work and career experience.

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Find summer fun for kids

Our STEM and summer enrichment camps are perfect for kids ages 5 to 18.