WSU’s continuing and professional development courses are built as educational experiences, commonly with weekly lessons.
Some courses will have assessments while others focus more on exploration and discussion.
The ACFEF Apprenticeship Certification Program, provided by the School of Hospitality Business Management, is designed to benefit culinarians working full-time, professional chefs working towards certification, and WSU full-time culinary or food and beverage-focused students.
This additive manufacturing course is designed for engineers, managers, and technical staff who wish to acquire practical knowledge through lectures and hands-on group projects.
Cultivating Success™: Whole Farm Planning is a 9-week, step-by-step course to help you prepare a well thought out plan for your land, life, and farm business. Learn how to use a whole systems lens to create a living plan for your small farm future.
The Enology Certificate is tailored for those interested in careers in the grape and wine industry. This program is taught by Washington State University faculty as well as leaders in the Washington wine and grape industries.
The Excellence in Online Teaching course offers participants both the practical expertise of WSU’s Instructional Designers and the research-proven best practices of online course design. It is self-paced with a series of online modules, designed for instructors with limited online teaching experience.
The School of Food Science offers two online certificate series: Proficiency in Food Science and Food Safety. Courses last 9 weeks, which are designed to be flexible enough to accommodate the schedules of busy food science professionals. Take one, two, or all eight of the courses to enhance your food science knowledge.
The Live Fire Instructor online course provides an in-depth knowledge of NFPA 1403 principles and the FTA Live Fire Policy. Students will gain a comprehensive knowledge of the FTA’s procedures for conducting safe live fire training.
WSU Master Gardeners are dedicated volunteers who are passionate about the mission of the WSU Master Gardener program to deliver science-based information to Washington State communities that helps to conserve and enhance our natural resources while improving the quality of life and wellbeing of Washington State residents.