New Year, New Opportunities
As we approach the start of 2021, find ways to engage in lifelong learning and upskill in the New Year. From professional development to personal enrichment, graduate certificates to master’s degrees — there are several educational opportunities at the University of Denver. Take advantage of entirely online courses and create some resolutions that enhance your career.
Need new skills to boost your resume? Consider taking a short course or earning a non-credit certificate through the Center for Professional Development. Gain new skills and see a preview of your new line of work. Coming up: Coaching Skills for Executives, Managers, and Educators starting January 26 and Acing Your Interview starting February 11. Visit du.edu/professional to view the latest offerings.
The Enrichment Program connects the intellectually curious adult to DU’s outstanding faculty, facilities, and programming, and Denver’s rich cultural community through non-credit courses. Winter/spring courses are now open for registration, including a free Back-to-School Sampler series in January! See the course listing at universitycollege.du.edu/enrichment.
Gain a new credential and set of skills with a four-course or six-course graduate certificate. According to Forbes, the number of working professionals who hold post-baccalaureate certificates has increased more than 50% since 2005 and those professionals can see up to a 25% increase in salary. Talk about return on investment! Thinking of pursing a master’s degree down the road? Use the credits you earned in the graduate certificate towards a master’s degree.
Hone your talent and advance your career with a master’s degree designed for busy adults. A practice-based curriculum helps elevate your current career or prepare you for new opportunities in the evolving workplace. Courses are offered entirely online at the University of Denver. Earn your next credential from a top 100 university! Learn more at universitycollege.du.edu.