The department does not allow students to audit our courses without formally enrolling in the course.
(See the following question to learn about enrollment options for non-degree seeking students.)
Non-degree seeking students can take any of our courses through Continuing Education at CU Boulder. Details about how to enroll, tuition, and more can be found on the Continuing Education website.
Continuing Education Programs:
- ACCESS enables non-degree students to take Boulder main campus undergraduate or graduate courses for personal or professional development.
- The High School Concurrent Program is intended for high school students interested in the challenge of completing college courses at the University of Colorado Boulder.
- The Community Auditors program allows you the opportunity to attend university classes for no academic credit.*
Other CU Boulder Programs:
- The Senior Auditors program through the CU Boulder Alumni Association provides Colorado residents ages 55 and over the opportunity to attend CU Boulder classes.*
- ALTEC non-credit language classes are open to community members and CU Boulder affiliates.
*NOTE: With instructor permission, community and senior auditors may register for ALC content courses. However, auditors are not allowed to enroll in our language classes.
The Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations does not offer translation or interpretation services. You will need to contact outside services. You may also consult our list of tutors on our website, but please note that they have not been vetted for their translation abilities.
Although the Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations does not offer tutoring services, we do maintain a list of tutors and language resources on our website. Please contact your course Instructor for further options.
- The Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations offers majors and graduate degrees in Chinese and Japanese; minors in Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, and South Asian Studies; and two certificate programs. In addition to language instruction, the several programs of the department offer literature and culture courses focusing on the study of a specific region.
- The Center for Asian Studies offers an Asian Studies major, minor, and graduate certificate, engaging with the study of Asia more broadly from a transregional perspective.