CMTC offers a wide range of educational programing for CU Denver students and Front Range professionals.
Non-credit classes range from a couple hours to full-week intensives for anyone who wishes to take a deeper dive into topics such as gaming, coding, design process and visualization.
CU Denver students foster transdisciplinary, collaborative
and innovative approaches to real-world problems in
various fields of study.
Fall 2018 courses include Virtual Reality and
Brown Bag Lunch Series
Faculty, students and outside experts discuss past, current and future research projects
Students and employers connect through career fairs, site tours, shadowing, and internships.
Peer & Professional Mentoring
Students meet with Ph.D. students, upperclassman and professionals to guide their academic progress and get them involved in research projects.
Business partners offer CU Denver students the opportunity to collaborate on finding solutions to real-world problems, from capstone projects to independent studies and internships.
Customized Corporate Workshops
- Topics include Design Thinking, ideation pipelines and creative problem-solving techniques
Fields include User Experience, Interface Design, Service Design and Visualization
Events for Professionals and Community Groups
- Conversations about the integration of technology and innovation, solving the complex, intricate, and often unexpected problems of today and tomorrow