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Continuing Education Programs at Hunter College (CEP) serves as the non-credit educational arm of Hunter College, of the City University of New York.

CEP meets the professional, academic and cultural needs of our rapidly changing global community.

Our programs: the International English Language Institute (IELI), Continuing Education, Parliamo Italiano, CEP Online, and The Writing Center- CE, offer over 250 courses and certificate programs. More than 8,000 students annually enroll in CEP courses offered in spring, summer and fall semesters.

The International English Language Institute (IELI),Since 1950 it has offered courses in English as a Second Language (ESL) in the heart of Manhattan. IELI has served thousands of students from over 70 countries in courses from Beginner English to Bridge-to-College Level English.

Our aim is to prepare students for American college, university, or businesses by developing accuracy, fluency, and confidence.

Continuing Education has offered a rich variety of certificate programs, personal enrichment and professional development courses since 1998. Learn the latest professional skills needed to get and keep the job of your dreams or simply broaden your knowledge.

We offer a variety of cutting-edge Certificate programs including: Graphic Design, Web Programming, Marketing, Interpretation/Translation, Legal Studies, TESOL, and many more.

  • New York Branch

    695 Park Avenue, East Building 10th Floor, Room E1022, New York

Courses offered by Hunter College


Social Customer Relationship Management (CRMANA)

This course will not only introduce students to the fundamentals of CRM, but will also add an additional layer of information by examining the social elements needed to understand data derived from social networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Creating Content for Marketing & Advertising (MCCMAAD)

Learn how to develop content for traditional and digital marketing channels for a real-life project. Using the project as a center point, this class delves into the specifics of content creation for print, email and social media campaigns.

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Search Engine Marketing and Optimization (MCDTANA)

This course provides an overview of marketing analytics including the terms/concepts and platforms used to optimize the content on websites, including keyword research and analysis.

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Social Media for Business (MCSOCMED)

This course focuses on the use and importance of social media for business, including learning about the tools used to promote, strengthen, target and service consumers.

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Marketing 101 (BCMAR101)

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of marketing including the various marketing channels, tools, concepts and terms and how each plays a critical role in marketing a product or service.

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