Center for Cognitive Archaeology (CCA) Online Credit Program
The mission of the Center for Cognitive Archaeology (CCA) is to provide graduate and undergraduate students at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS) and throughout the world the opportunity to study the evolutionary development of cognition in humans and other primates through the lenses of psychology, anthropology, and philosophy.
Economic Literacy Colorado (ELC) Credit Program
Economic Literacy Colorado envisions a world in which each school-age child will learn the fundamental decision-making skills necessary to realize his or her full potential. In a free society, the key to unlocking the opportunities available to every person is education; and a key component of a comprehensive education is the logic embodied in "the economic way of thinking."
Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE) Credit Program
Earn graduate credit in Economics for selected courses offered by the Foundation for Teaching Economics! Fully online courses available, as well as face-to-face instructional courses offered around the country. Great opportunities for teachers!
Graduate Certificate Program in Diversity, Social Justice and Inclusion
Bridging theory and practice to advance skills and knowledge, this certificate program is coordinated by the Matrix Center for the Advancement of Social Equity and Inclusion at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs and the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences' Sociology Department.
Math 90 & 99
A review of basic algebra and arithmetic, including algebra of polynomials, factorization of simple polynomials, arithmetic operations on fractions and rational expressions, laws of exponents, linear equations and inequalities in one variable, quadratic equations using factoring.
The MathOnline program is open to anyone meeting the educational background requirements for each course. The program is particularly well suited for the thousands of high school students throughout the country who have completed their high school mathematics courses before their senior year.
Online & Academic Outreach @ UCCS
The central Extended Studies/Outreach office at UCCS, providing administrative support for Extended Studies application, registration and billing. OAO also offers selected credit and non-credit programs.
Private Music Lessons: Applied Music
Available to UCCS music majors as well as the general public. Lessons are taught by UCCS regular and adjunct faculty.