Continuing Education (Non-Degree)

Stay Current, Expand Your Skills, Move Ahead

The Continuing Education (Non-Degree) program enables individuals to take existing graduate level courses outside of a Daniels Master’s program.

For some, it is a first step toward pursuing an MBA or Master’s degree at Daniels as the classes can be applied toward those programs. For others, including Daniels alumni, it’s a way to refresh their education or pursue a specific business discipline in more depth.

Please contact gradbus.advising@du.edu for guidance before completing the application form.

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SUGGESTED CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS—OR YOU MAY CUSTOMIZE YOUR OWN

Foundations of Finance
Empowers employees at any level to understand, interpret and make strategic decisions based on the financial constitution of a business. You’ll learn how to identify a company’s strengths and weaknesses as revealed by financial statements as well as how to capitalize on that information.
Corporate Finance
Provides the critical financial and technical knowledge to help you dissect, analyze and interpret corporate financial data to make sound business decisions.
Investment Management
Expands your knowledge of investment management focusing on arbitrage relationships, pricing and valuing securities, measuring portfolio performance and long-term and tactical asset allocation.

Program Details

Continuing education programs require 16 credit hours. You may take fewer than 16 credits, although you will not complete the program. A continuing education program is designed to be flexible to you. You can finish in as little as six months or more than a year depending on your schedule. You must have completed a bachelor’s degree to participate in the program. Classes are held two evenings a week, typically following a Monday-Wednesday or Tuesday-Thursday schedule. Limited daytime options are also available.

All courses are fully transferable and may be applied toward pursuing a Daniels MBA or master’s degree.

Tuition

$1,320 per credit hour

$5,280 per class

Tuition for Daniels College of Business graduate programs is based on a cost-per-credit hour set by the University of Denver. Residents and non-residents of Colorado have the same tuition costs.

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Application Deadlines

Summer Quarter, 2017

Start Date June 19, 2017
Application Deadline June 1, 2017

Fall Quarter, 2017

Start Date September 11, 2017
Application Deadline August 24, 2017