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Middle Bucks Institute of Technology offers evening courses for adults


Interested in learning a new skill, increasing existing skills, or having a fun and educational night out?

Consider enrolling in Middle Bucks Institute of Technology’s evening courses for adults. Adults can enroll in courses such as Small Engine Repair, Plumbing and Carpentry just to name a few offerings this fall. Gain career skills with a course in Medical Insurance Billing taught by the author of a medical billing book or dental assisting and oral radiology taught by an instructor with 46 years of dental experience.

Computer-based classes include IT Fundamentals taught by an instructor with more than 30 years of computer experience, Digital Animation with an instructor who holds an MA in art education, and Video Editing taught by an instructor who has earned multiple Emmy awards.

If online learning is your goal, you can master a new subject with online courses. MBIT offers two different online learning options: Advanced Career Training or Fundamentals Courses. Advanced Career Training can assist in preparing for a new career or a recognized industry certification.

These courses offer a flexible way to learn with open enrollments. Each course also comes with a dedicated student advisor. The Fundamentals Courses will assist with learning specific personal and/or professional skills.

There are two options to learn the Fundamentals Courses: instructor-led courses or self-guided courses. In the instructor-led courses, individuals study over a six-week schedule and courses start monthly. For the independent learner, the self-paced courses provide access to all lessons immediately.

Classes are scheduled to begin September.

To see the complete listing of course offerings, visit under the Adult Education.

For more information, contact Nancy Lawson, Adult Education coordinator, at 215-3432480 x108 or via email-

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