Learning is a lifelong journey. Whether you want to propel your career, pursue your degree, or discover new talents, Continuing Education offers a variety of programs to blend study with work or family life.
Credit courses that meet during the evenings. You can start a degree, finish one, experiment with returning to college, or supplement your current on-campus course load.
Online distance learning credit courses that are semester-based or self-paced. These distance learning courses can help you accelerate your degree, earn a certificate, or finish your degree.
Enables nondegree students to enroll in CU-Boulder credit courses. You can take courses for personal enrichment, professional development, or apply them to a future degree program.
This full-time, 12-month program is designed for college graduates with strong academic records who have decided to pursue a career in medicine
CU Complete is a service aimed at helping former degree students assess their options for undergraduate degree completion. We have academic, financial aid and career advisors on staff to assist students in returning to CU-Boulder.
Choose from over 500 credit courses every summer on the Boulder campus. You can take a course during Maymester or work on a minor. Summer is the perfect time to take a class or two at CU.
You can study most popular instruments including guitar, piano, voice, winds, brass, drum set, or strings while earning college credit.
Professional Development offers courses for those preparing for a career change as well as those who want to further develop their current skill sets.
For high school students interested in the challenge of completing college level course work at CU-Boulder. You can earn college credit and apply it to high school graduation requirements.
Connecting with Colorado by extending the scholarship of the faculty and educational resources of the University to communities around the state and beyond.
English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction and cross-cultural communication skills for international students, professionals, and members of the local community.
An experience-based educational outreach program designed to stimulate scientific interest, understanding, and literacy among Colorado's youth, teachers, and families.