The Challenges of Continuing Education: The University of Denver

Whether you're looking to build your resume, move up at work, or just learn something new, going back to school can be a great decision. If you've enrolled in one of the University of Denver's University College continuing education (CE) programs, you're to be commended for your commitment to self-improvement.

Anything rewarding, though, comes with challenges. University College offers bachelor's degree completion programs, master's degrees, graduate certificates, and stand-alone professional development courses. All of these come with high expectations. You have the skills and the self-discipline to meet these expectations, but you shouldn't try to meet them blindly. You're always better off if you know exactly what you're facing.

Generally speaking, there are two types of problems that can come up for University of Denver CE students. The first has to do with academics. Getting a degree or completing a training program means taking courses and doing well in those courses. That's sometimes easier said than done. School isn't just about the classroom, though. Colleges and universities are communities, and like any other community, they have to have rules if everyone's going to get along. Below, you'll find detailed information on how to deal with issues in both of these categories. Some issues can be tricky, though, so you'll also find details on how to get help when a problem is too big to handle on your own.


Let's start with academics. After all, that's why you're going back to school in the first place. University College at the University of Denver offers courses in subjects as diverse as Arts and Culture Marketing, Healthcare Policy and Regulatory Leadership, and Supply Chain Managemen