About Us


The University of South Florida's Continuing Education division works to extend the reach of USF's academic programs, and promotes advanced professional development in order to contribute to building a world class workforce in the Tampa Bay Area. 

Professional Workforce Development

We offer professional certificate programs in 21st Century Leadership , Project Management, Process Improvement (Lean Six Sigma Certifications), and HR Professionalism. We also offer nationally recognized certification preparation courses for the SHRM CP (the gold standard in Human Resources certification), PMI's Project Management Professional certification and PMI's Professional in Business Analysis certification.

Continuing Education students learn from world-class faculty and industry practitioners in courses that are accessible, affordable, and professionally relevant. Continuing Education also offers test preparation courses for undergraduate and graduate college entrance exams. 

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Corporate Professional Workforce Development/In-House Training

We can help! We believe the biggest impact that you can make on the success of your company is through training the leaders in your organization to think and behave in a way that they will get the most out of their unique talents. At USF Continuing Education, we believe that a rising tide lifts all boats. Our goal is to build a world class workforce in the greater Tampa Bay area. We want to partner with you to deliver tailored training to meet your specific needs using the resources at the university and business community to support growth and development.

We have a holistic approach to training that begins with assessing your company's specific needs and tailoring our program accordingly. Our program also includes follow-up accountability sessions with the instructor and trainees to ensure that what is taught is actually implemented. Our training can be delivered on site at your convenience or at the University of South Florida campus.

For more information, please contact:
Kimberly Allison, Ph.D.
Program Manager