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NECI also offers non-degree professional development and continuing education courses for educators and the food and beverage professional, primarily through our online learning platform.. With an intense focus on providing you with state-of-the-art, relevant and practical fields of study, NECI continuing education courses are designed to quickly and effectively engage and enhance your professional development.  Our Continuing Education and Professional Development courses are perfect for the professional who wants to further his or her education, but prefers not to jump into the full-on program.  These courses are the same intensity and quality as our program courses, but you can choose to take one at a time.  You may even be able to apply the work that you do toward a degree program down the road.

Whether you want to enhance your industry credentials, change specialties, or simply learn new skills or trends, NECI Online can provide you with the training you need to help you grow as a professional and move to the next level of achievement. Contact our Admissions Department to learn more about upcoming classes, tuition reimbursement, and other continuing education options at (877) 223-6324 or Admissions@neci.edu

*Courses taken through Continuing Education do not fall under the scope of the institutional accreditation of New England Culinary Institute
Upcoming Classes
Course Title Start Date End Date
Beverage Management November 7 December 18
Contemporary Nutrition November 7 December 18
Financial Management January 9 February 19
HR in the Food Service Industry March 6 April 16
Sugarcraft & Specialty Cakes March 6 April 16
Advanced Culinary Techniques March 6 April 16





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Please indicate the courses for which you are registering:

Courses require a minimum number of participants to run. Courses may be cancelled if undersubscribed. Students so affected will be notified of course cancellation and will be refunded 100% of tuition. All courses are offered for 3 or 5 undergraduate degree credits and cost $400/credit, plus a $200 technology fee assessed each term enrolled. Please note that more than one course can be taken in a term. The technology fee covers all courses taken within a specific term. Federal financial aid programs are not available to non-degree students, but you may have state grant programs to assist you with tuition payment. Those wanting to use financial aid while earning transfer credit should apply as degree students. Also, tuition reimbursement may be available from your employer. Please contact admissions@neci.edu for further information.

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New England Culinary Institute does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. For further information on accommodations, please contact our learning services coordinator at least one month prior to intended course start.

New England Culinary Institute is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action College and accommodates the need of individuals with disabilities.

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Students who are taking continuing education classes are subject to all resident student rules and regulations as specified in the Catalog for New England Culinary Institute and The Student Handbook including those governing behavior, attendance, and online participation. The student will be expected to behave in a professional and adult manner at all times. Any anti-social or illegal behavior that jeopardizes the welfare of any student or the Institute will be subject to disciplinary action, including possible suspension or dismissal.

For online courses, one semester credit is awarded for a minimum of 15 clock hours of online instructional time or a minimum of 30 clock hours of supporting academic preparation time (reading, study, project work, or assignments to support online work). A clock hour is equal to 60 minutes. Continuing education courses do not fall under the purview of NECI’s accreditation.

Students who are taking continuing education classes at New England Culinary Institute have access to NECI’s Library Services and Learning Services during enrollment, but are not eligible to use services provided to degree-seeking students, namely: financial aid, fitness facility membership, board plans, student insurance, student housing, knives, uniforms, or internship placement.

By submitting this registration form I attest that I have read and understand the policies above and that the information I have provided above is accurate. I understand that I am financially responsible for all charges that I incur at New England Culinary Institute.