Beginning fall 2014 the College of Engineering and Applied
Science is one of five colleges from CU Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus to
offer programs at the University of Colorado South Denver location, housed in
The Wildlife Experience at I-25 and Parker Road. The college currently offers three certificate programs.
is a two-course certificate designed
for individuals that would like to learn how to conduct their own computer
forensic examinations on a variety of computing systems. It does not require a
formal educational background in computer science. This program will enable the
student to “hit the ground running” when it comes to computer forensic
Computer forensics program brochure (pdf)
The certificate in Computer
Science Teacher Education is a four-course graduate-level certificate
designed for teachers that do not have a formal education in computer science,
but are interested in developing and teaching a variety of introductory computer
science courses to middle and high school students. During the capstone course,
participants will identify a topic of interest, develop course material, and
teach it to classmates with the goal of then offering the course at the school
where they work.
CS teacher education program sheet (pdf)
The certificate in Integrated
Construction, Management and Leadership is a four-course graduate-level interdisciplinary program that launches you into the
construction industry and expands your skill set quickly. It is designed
for working or aspiring professionals, and upper-level students,
interested in increasing their knowledge in engineering, architecture
and planning, business, as well as their interplay.
Financial aid may be available.
- ARCH 6490: Building Information Modeling and the Flow of Information (offered Spring 2015)
- BANA 6650: Project Management (offered spring 2015)
- Advanced Construction Engineering
- Construction TBD
Additional offerings may be
added in future semesters. Learn more and apply at cusouthdenver.org.