• Something for Everyone

    We’re excited to announce that our fall courses are now open for registration. “Whether you prefer classes in the morning, afternoon or evening, our fall course lineup provides a variety of learning opportunities. There’s something for everyone,” says Steve Garfinkel, director of community programs.

    See our courses.

  • Real World Skills Take Practice

    Introducing three new offerings from our innovative fall lineup: Strategic Negotiation, Branding for Success: From the Basics to the Bold and Panel Interview Bootcamp. Designed for those who enjoy learning by doing; each highly interactive and engaging class includes hands-on activities that solidify skills and make learning stick.

    See all our fall courses.

     

  • Our New Home

    Thanks to the generosity of more than 400 donors, we have moved into the new D. Kent and Linda C. Anderson and Robert L. and Jean T. Clarke Center. We are thrilled for you to join us as we continue to grow in our new home.

     

    See why we’re so excited about the Anderson-Clarke Center.

  • The Art of Teaching History MOOC

    MOOC, short for Massive Open Online Course, is a course of study made available over the Internet without charge to an unlimited number of participants. The Art of Teaching History MOOC, hosted on Coursera, represents the Glasscock School and the Center for College Readiness' first foray into this exciting new realm of education. 
    Learn more.

  • Learn with Us from Anywhere

    A growing number of courses at the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies are offered in convenient online or hybrid formats. These courses provide the opportunity to experience Rice and achieve your goals from almost anywhere.

     

    Explore our online course offerings.

     

  • GRADUATE PROGRAMS

    We currently offer two master’s degrees: The Master of Liberal Studies (MLS) and the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT). The MLS program is designed for adults seeking an intellectual challenge and who enjoy being part of a learning community, and the MAT program provides extensive study of critical issues in education and effective pedagogy for diverse learners.

    Learn more about the application process for MLS or MAT

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