ColoradoBiz's Executive Education Guide. (Special Advertising Section).
The private business community and their executives have responded to these offerings with interest and enthusiasm. Poised for growth and reception of traditional and non-traditional students, Colorado executive education is at the top of its game.
Working professionals challenged with a sluggish economy and numerous company layoffs are now looking into adult education options for career advancement and change. The value of an executive education has never been greater.
ColoradoBiz is pleased to present the latest in higher educational opportunities and training programs in the following pages.
University College of the University of Denver is dedicated to providing graduate level education to adult students. Our mission is to provide applied and practical education for professional and personal growth. Whether you want a master's degree, a certificate of advanced study, or are just looking to continue you quest for education, University College can provide you with the quality educational experience you need.
The University College faculty is well regarded in their fields and brings real-world applications to the classroom. With six master's degrees and over 30 certificates of advanced study, University College should be your source for a lifetime of learning.
Call us or visit our website and see what your future may hold.
Start here. Start now.
For more information, call 303-871-3354 or visit www.universitycollege.du.edu
CU Boulder -- Continuing Education
CU's Division of Continuing Education provides quality, innovative lifelong learning opportunities to a diverse student population by extending the resources of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Since your learning needs are unique, Continuing Education at CU offers a variety of education programs using today's technology - from online undergraduate and graduate courses to master's degrees in engineering through distance learning to computer application certificates in network administration, programming, web graphics and web site design. Let CU help you...
Whether you are looking for an entry-level position in the computing field or looking for a focused program to enhance your technology skills, MetroTech Certificate Programs provide more than just training-they provide a college education.
* Computing Technology Literacy
* Dynamic Web Site Programming
* Database Application Development
* UNIX System Administration
* TCP/IP Networking
* Advanced Software Engineering Techniques
Sponsored by the Colorado Institute of Technology and taught by Metro State faculty, these customized programs are designed for today's high-tech workplace.
Regular tuition and fees apply-students can complete any of the six certificate programs for less than $3,000 in in-state tuition and fees.
For registration, contact the Metropolitan State College of Denver's MetroTech Program at 303-352-4292 or visit the web site at metrotech.mscd.edu.
THE METROPOLITAN STATE COLLEGE of DENVER
REGIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR PROFESSIONAL STUDIES DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR ADULTS Nationally recognized as a leader in adult higher education, Regis' School for Professional Studies (SPS) offers Bachelor's and Master's degrees, certificates, and corporate learning programs for working adults. With over 12,000 lifelong learners, students can attend classes at one of six Front Range campus locations, independently, study online via the Internet, or combine these learning environments to personal and academic needs.
Denver * DTC/South Denver * Colorado Springs * Boulder Interlocken/Broomfield * Ft. Collins
Through quarterly Business Advisory Groups, SPS is informed of new market trends, industry needs for qualified employees, and new products/knowledge areas desired. Onsite courses and specifically developed curriculum for organizations are other ways in which SPS remains responsive to the marketplace.
* Computer Information Systems
* Computer Science
* Computer Networking
* Computer Information Systems
Discover your potential at www.regis.edu/sps or call 1-800-967-3237 to speak with a program representative.
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