About the Program

What Students Are Saying

It's great learning and the course material is really very well planned. I like the feedback that Grace gives after every assignment and during the class. The class is very helpful for all nonnative speakers.

Ajay Mahajan, Software Engineer

The course really helped me to improve my writing skill, I think that personalized feedback helped a lot. The schedule of the class is so convenient because you can work and take the course at the same time!

Stefhanie Pacheco, Teacher

The class was really good and helpful, since I'm working on my pronunciation skills. The teacher worked on our mistakes while speaking, which was great.

Tatiani Miranda Ja Silva, Au Pair, Expert Aupair

Excellent instructor who is also engaging. It is a well-designed course. I would absolutely recommend it.

Kamalesh Rao, Consultant (Phrama), self-employed

Professional Credit: Continuing Education Units

Credit is recorded as continuing education units (CEUs), which provide a standard of measurement for non-degree educational experiences. CEUs cannot be applied to a degree. The certificate is 8.7 CEUs.


There is no formal application or admissions process for these courses. Interested students simply register and pay for courses they wish to take. International visitors with a valid non-immigrant visa (except B1/B2, F2, M2) may enroll as well.


Although there are no formal requirements or prerequisites to fulfill prior to enrolling in courses for the certificate program, students should have intermediate to advanced English language skills. If you are unsure whether your sills re a good match for the program, please contact the program coordinator or program director for more information. Additionally, students must have access to a computer and/or a smartphone. Students will be expected to use their SF State email to receive communications from staff and faculty.


As a result of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014, CalJOBS provides connections to customer-focused employment training for adults and dislocated workers. SF State is an approved provider for WIOA funds. SF State is listed on the Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL) on the CalJOBS website. Search on Keyword: SF State.