A professional certificate might be just what you need to take your career or your coursework to the next level. Continuing Education has partnered with departments at CU-Boulder to offer the following certificates:
Advertising a2b is a three-week intensive certificate program that will help you decide whether advertising is right for you. It will also help give you the skills you need to get the job you want when you graduate. a2b is open to all non-advertising majors with at least 65 hours of credit. In a workshop environment, we will map out the basics of advertising: account management, account planning, media, and creative. At the end of the first two weeks, you will be given a chance to put your new knowledge to work for a real client.
Digital Media Bootcamp
The world is digital, and people with a digital media skill-set are in high-demand. Digital Media Bootcamp (DMBC) is an intensive three-week introduction to digital media production offered by the Alliance for Technology, Learning, and Society (ATLAS). It is designed to impart practical technological skills to people from any industry or discipline. DMBC will give you the necessary skill-sets to become competent designers and developers of digital media, teach you how to use industry standard technologies and applications, and will also show you how to use these tools in order to successfully communicate your ideas.
The Elevate Certificate is a 16-credit, fully online graduate program dedicated to the theory and practice of technology integration in the language classroom. It is designed for language educators who wish to improve their technological, pedagogical, and linguistic proficiency. This certificate is offered by the Anderson Language & Technology Center at CU-Boulder.
Speech Language Pathology Assistant Professional Certificate
The Speech Language Pathology Assistant Professional Certificate Program provides the opportunity for individuals desiring employment in public schools as a speech language pathology assistant to meet the requisite requirements for authorization in the state of Colorado and to develop the skills to work under the supervision of a MA Level speech language pathology assistant.