Offered by CU Denver

A NOVICE’S GUIDE TO ENGINEERING

Do you have a desire to deepen your professional or personal knowledge of how civil engineers design, build and maintain the foundation of our modern society?

From roads and bridges, to drinking water and energy systems, the work of civil engineers directly impacts our lives every day. CU faculty invite you to learn more about what engineers create and do and how engineers impact the world.

Summer/fall 2017 dates are TBA. Our eight-week Mini Engineering School, taught by award winning members of the College of Engineering and Applied Science faculty, provides interested professionals and lifelong learners a foundation in engineering. There is not any homework, tests, or required readings—just a great opportunity to learn about civil engineering from CU experts!

Participants will receive a Mini Engineering School Certificate of Completion (academic credit is not awarded.)

The College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Denver focuses on providing our students with a comprehensive engineering education at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels in five disciplines: bioengineering, civil, electrical and mechanical engineering, and computer science.