The University makes available a broad array of credit and non-credit courses, seminars and workshops through the Division of Continuing Education. Some programs are offered on campus and others at off-campus sites more convenient to persons living outside of Pueblo and southern Colorado.
A primary aim of the Division is to provide courses to part-time students. A variety of educational methods – classroom instruction, correspondence, on-line courses, conferences, workshops and seminars – are utilized to expand educational access and meet the needs of students at convenient times and settings. Students may earn academic credit toward a degree, study for career advancement, or pursue cultural and a vocational interests.
Continuing education courses are of varied lengths. Intensive classes usually are held in the evening or on weekends for the convenience of working students. Although the majority of course offerings are initiated by the University, courses may originate through requests by individuals and interested groups. Such special request courses may take place either on or off campus.
In-house training programs are available to meet the ever changing needs of business and industry. The programs can be designed to meet the specific needs of an organization and may be presented at the company site or, if requested, at the University. Similar services are available to school districts across the country.
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