The Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILR) at Miami University provides opportunities to explore, develop, and share knowledge and skills in a wide variety of topics. Fall classes begin October 2.
As Global Initiatives' Continuing Education team at Miami University, we offer and assist with a wide range of credit and non-credit programs that broaden the traditional Miami classroom experience for learners of all ages and places in life. From international students traveling from afar to those looking to continue learning past retirement, we will support you in your next academic pursuit on campus, online, and globally.
Attend Miami University, a top-ranked public school, for short-term, global learning programs customized to the particular needs of students, scholars, and professionals from educational institutions outside of the U.S. Courses are held throughout June and July.
Miami offers non-credit online career and professional development programs through our partnership with ed2go, a national leader in accessible online education.
Our credit workshops are enrollment-contingent, budgeted academic programs that may fall outside the boundaries of traditional Miami classes. These credit programs vary in length and credit hours and may be held on campus, in locations throughout Ohio, online, and globally to accommodate special population learners, such as those attending from education abroad/away, online, or on campus.
Our non-credit programs at Miami University offer students of all ages opportunities to improve skills for job training, career enhancement and personal enrichment. Non-credit workshop directors may choose to offer their workshop experiences to non-credit participants as a companion to the academic credit-bearing program.
Expand Your Skills as a Faculty or Staff Member
When you participate in continued education, you benefit. From professional development to personal enrichment, there are many opportunities for you to explore at Miami University.