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Online Learning = Now

Education Has Always Evolved

How you learn, and ultimately, what you learn is up to you.

You choose. By concentration, effort and everything else that goes into learning. However, the delivery​, or the 'teaching' of that information is what's changing.  And by definition, the skills you learn online are the ones that will be used in your career, and really, throughout your life.

Where Online is going - 2009 vs 2014

Gone are the days of rote memorization. Instead, rich learning experiences utilize the newest technology and information stored throughout the world. And that's happening now.  

  • 2009: 1.25 million students in higher education programs take all of their classes online
  • 2014: 3.55 million will take all of their classes online
  • 2009: 10.65 million take some of their classes online
  • 2014: 18.65 million will take some of their classes online

It's been shown that a blend of online with face-to-face interaction has scored the highest results in recent studies.

Pioneer and Innovator

Since 1996, 37,077 CU Denver students have taken at least one online & hybrid course. In total, we've had 126,123 online enrollments. And there are 17 full CU degrees that can be completed entirely online.


Advantages of Online

Read up on some thoughts as to the advantages of online courses and find out why CU Denver’s online courses fill up faster and faster every year.

Excelling in Online Classes 

Tips for Excelling Online

Online Student Testimonials 

Student Testimonials

See and hear the thoughts of current online students as they discuss their experience with online courses.


Value of a Degree

Is a college degree worth it? The research shows a degree can make a pretty big difference (like a $1,000,000 difference). 

If you'd like to see how it stacks up to other investments, check out the free eBook...

Is Online Right For You?

Thinking about taking an online course, but not sure how you'll do?

Take this short quiz to find out if you should try online, stick to on campus, or maybe a combination of the two.

Request More Info

If you're curious about any of the online degree programs, you can receive:
  • Program summary
  • Important dates
  • List of courses
  • Contact list for questions

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