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Continuing and Professional Studies

Whatever your continuing education needs, we will connect you with some of the nation’s top-ranked faculty. Our programs are tailored to meet individual and organizational needs, combining academic rigor with flexible and customizable options.

Reaching your Goals

Our programs are tailored to the needs of industry and working professionals. We provide you with customizable options for continuing your education. Our courses, modules, seminars, and workshops are designed to meet state engineering continuing education requirements.  

The Rose-Hulman Difference

Our programs share the educational resources of Rose-Hulman with the world. We build educational programs designed to advance careers and assist organizations. The advantage we offer is our faculty. They are the same award-winning professors that teach engineering, science, and mathematics at America’s No. 1 undergraduate engineering school. Not only do our faculty members consistently score high with students, they are ranked among the best by peer and educational sources, such as U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and The Huffington Post. Our faculty experts are recognized for their caring attitude, deep knowledge, and true affinity for the topics they teach.

What We Offer

Our Continuing and Professionals Studies programs nurture a community of lifelong learners who achieve the technical expertise and professional skills in demand by today’s organizations. Through our Continuing and Professional Studies program, Rose-Hulman’s high standards and academic rigor are brought to the working professional.
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Many Faces of Risk

The complexity of today’s engineering systems continues to grow and so has the need for engineers with strong risk identification, analysis, and mitigation skills. Strategic risk management will be the focus of this seminar. Throughout the day, speakers from academia and industry will share their experiences dealing with risks in their area of expertise. Topics will include discussions of risk associated with the areas of engineering, finance, cyber security, and talent selection. Further, participants will have an opportunity to participate in a simulated event to highlight the importance of strategic risk management.

Friday, May 4, 2018
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Robertson Hall – Ford Salon
Butler University
Indianapolis, IN

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Indiana Engineering Ethics Seminar

This seminar is a continuing and professional education course that meets the ethics and statutes requirements for Indiana Professional Engineers. During this seminar, participants will have an opportunity to identify, assess, and discuss engineering scenarios for their ethical implications. Further, we'll facilitate an interactive session on current Indiana laws and the implications on unethical employee/organizational behavior.

Friday, May 11, 2018
2-4:30 p.m.
The Union 525 
525 S. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN

Craig Downing

Contact for Organizations

Dr. Craig Downing
Interim Dean of Lifelong Learning and Head of Department of Engineering Management
Terri Gosnell

Contact for Individuals

Terri Gosnell
Administrative Assistant in Engineering Management and Lifelong Learning