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We recommend that each participant reviews the program schedule and requirements and registers themself individually. Whoever is organizing the group and/or providing payment for the group should provide their contact information to all group members to list on their Press enter to read full text...
Instructions for addressing technical problems are provided in the course orientation information and on the course site. You may also contact the Office of Continuing Education at email@example.com or 734-763-5723 (during business hours).
Please see the CE Policies page.
Notification of cancellation must be received by email two weeks prior to the first certificate session to obtain a refund ($50.00 administrative fee will be retained). Refunds after that date will not be made, though you may transfer your paid registration to another individual prior to the start of the program.
Completion of a post-test (or an appropriate equivalent) is required for any online course to ensure participants are attentive in the online learning environment. The post-test is designed to assess your learning. The evaluation for the courses is intended to provide feedback to the organizers and presenters about the quality of the presentation, and evaluations are required for all CE courses.
Potential Mixed Methods Research (MMR) Continuing Education (CE) participants should plan to meet every Monday and Wednesday evening from 6:00pm to 8:00pm for their "face-time," which occurs via videoconference. Then, in between the Monday and Wednesday meetings, Press enter to read full text...
"For all cohort-based programs, the schedule for each cohort is listed on the program website in Eastern time.
For self-paced programs, you are usually able to start the course within 1-2 business days of registering. The schedule for live Q&A or webinar sessions will be listed on the course site, and you can opt to attend whichever date(s) best fit your schedule."
Recorded content is only available to stream during the program. Course readings are available for download during the program.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106