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Enrich your experience as a lifelong learner and explore our programs for fun, fitness or personal growth. Personal Enrichment programs are designed to help you enjoy life, learn new skills and try new things. Find unique on-campus and online learning experiences year-round.


Online Enrichment Courses

UWF Continuing Education offers a variety of 6-week online enrichment courses. New courses start monthly with all lessons online, giving you the flexibility to gain new skills on your own time. Personal development topics include:

Arts >   Design and Composition >  Health and Wellness >
Languages >   Personal Finance and Investments >
Photography >    Starting a Business >   Writing and Publishing >

Location: Online
Tuition: $100+ 
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Let's Learn Japanese: Talk in Japanese

Dates: June 22, 2021 - August 10 2021 

Try to use Japanese which you have learned and talk with a native Japanese instructor and classmates. The class is focused on comprehensive and speaking Japanese practice through specific topics. The class aims at improving your communication abilities. It is recommended for learners who have completed Conversational Japanese III (Continuing Education) or intermediate level. Learners can read and understand short stories in Japanese. 

Schedule: Tuesdays,
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Online
Tuition: $150
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Class will be help virtually via Zoom. Meeting links will be sent out before each class.


Certificate in Korean Studies

The personal enrichment Korean Language courses can be taken as part of the Center for Asian Studies Certificate of Completion in Korean Studies. The Center for Asian Studies Certificate in Korean Studies is conferred upon those students who have demonstrated a fundamental knowledge of Korean language, culture, history and society. There are three components to the certificate. The Korean language component builds listening and speaking, and reading and writing skills. Mastery of the hangul writing system and basic grammar and vocabulary are the focus of this sequence. The Korean History, Culture and Society component gives a foundation of knowledge that anybody studying Korean society needs through an academic course that is designed for the Certificate Program. The third component is the experiential component that provides a structured opportunity for students to experience Korean culture first hand.

For more information, contact the Center for Asian Studies.
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For questions or additional information about our Asian Studies language courses, contact The Center for Asian Studies at asianstudies@uwf.edu. For registration issues or concerns, please contact the Student Support Center at 850-473-7468.