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College of Engineering and Applied Science

Alliance for Technology, Learning, and Society (ATLAS)

The Meaning of Information Technology
ATLS 2000, 3 semester hours, Section 801, Class No. 17485
Faculty to be announced

Advanced Special Topics in Technology, Arts, and Media: Spectrum Management and Policy
ATLS 5519, 3 semester hours, Class No. 17537
TLEN 5230, 3 semester hours, Class No. 17425
Dale Hatfield

Aerospace Engineering

Special Topics: Aerospace CAD/CAM Basics
ASEN 2519, 3 semester hours, Class No. 17488
Matthew Rhode

Human Factors in Engineering and Design
ASEN 4128, 3 semester hours, Class No. 17484
Frank Scott

Civil Engineering

Introduction to Geomatics
CVEN 2012, 3 semester hours, Class No. 16570
Milan Halek

Introduction to Construction
CVEN 3246, 3 semester hours, Class No. 17443
Matthew Morris

General Engineering

Special Topics: Complex Leadership Challenges
GEEN 4830, 3 semester hours, Class No. 19265
Angela Dino

Humanities for Engineers

Humanities for Engineers: The Human Quest
HUEN 1010, 3 semester hours
Section 001, Class No. 19055
Wayne Ambler
Section 002, Class No. 19056
Adriane Genette

Advanced Humanities for Engineers: The Human Quest Continues
HUEN 3100, 3 semester hours
Section 001, Class No. 16605
Anja Lange
Section 002, Class No. 17528
Paul Diduch
Section 003, Class No. 17540
Andrea Kowalchuk

Special Topics Chronicles of Narnia/Sources
HUEN 3843, 3 semester hours, Class No. 19080
Scot Douglass

Telecommunications

Spectrum Management and Policy
TLEN 5230, 3 semester hours, Class No. 17425
ATLS 5519, 3 semester hours, Class No. 17537
Dale Hatfield

DMBC: Digital Media Bootcamp

Our world is driven by technology, and people with a digital media skill-set are in high demand. The ATLAS Institute is leading the way to train and develop people for the future. Our Digital Media Bootcamp, (DMBC) is an intensive three-week introduction to digital media production. This program is designed to impart practical technical skills to people from any industry or discipline. DMBC is taught by skilled instructors and practitioners who are committed to teaching you how to effectively use industry standard technologies and applications. More importantly, DMBC will equip you for a future in the digital world. The curriculum covers: digital imaging, basic web design and development, digital video, digital audio, digital animation, and social media marketing. For more information visit dmbc.colorado.edu.

Please note: nondegree students participating in Certificate programs are not eligible for federal financial aid.