Professional and Continuing Education

Pawley Hall, Room 440G
456 Pioneer Drive
Rochester, MI 48309-4482
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(248) 370-3177

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On Demand Courses

On demand courses are now available through PACE.

Do you lead a busy lifestyle, but still want to improve professionally? Do you need to take a CE course for re-licensure, or would like to enrich your life at your own “PACE?"

Oakland University is proud to announce a new online learning opportunity called OU On Demand which is customized just for you. These are courses that participants can take anywhere, at any time. The online course format may range from completely self-study to self-study that is facilitated by our expert faculty.

We hope you will join us as we launch this innovative learning adventure.


  • To register, click the "Register Now" button below
  • Search for CEOD to see all "On Demand" courses

Using Moodle

Our On Demand courses utilize the Moodle Learning Platform. The e-Learning and Instructional Support staff has help available at any time using an online form or by phone weekdays 8 am to 8 pm and 10 am to 12 pm on Saturdays at 248-805-1625.


Center for Human Animal Interventions

Please click here to visit an information page for the Center for Human Animal Interventions On-Demand course offerings

CHAI Animal Law On Demand Course

Course Description

Staying current on trends, techniques and research is critical in ensuring optimal welfare of the practitioner, animal and client. These short, online courses will provide the necessary information to practitioners or those considering entering the field of Animal Assisted Interventions.

This one-hour course is facilitated by Ann Griffin, Esq. who is the Director of Advocacy for the Michigan Humane Society and Chair of the Animal Law Section of the State of Michigan Bar. This course will highlight the laws pertaining to service animals, therapy animals and emotional support animals as well as potential risks including dog bites. A certificate of completion is available upon successful passing of the quiz. 

HAI of a Different Kind

Course Description

Can human-animal interventions become an adjunct treatment to other therapies already offered to youths in Juvenile Detention? Can teens and animals (especially exotic animals) partner with one another for mutual benefits?

This online class will explore the exotic animals who participate at the Cincinnati Zoo, identify the HAI program components, and investigate the evaluation of benefit of an already existing Human -Animal Intervention program offered to Incarcerated Youth.

Registration Questions
Professional and Continuing Education
(248) 370-3177