Published: Feb. 17, 2021

Professionals interested in expanding their technical knowledge, skills and network will have an exceptional opportunity to explore the latest computer science concepts and techniques this summer through the College of Engineering and Applied Science’s new Tech Frontiers Executive Education courses.

Faculty from the University of Colorado’s Department of Computer Science and Department of Applied Mathematics will lead courses in data science and machine learning that will include both classroom content and hands-on project experience.

“The half-life of engineering knowledge is estimated to be less than five years,” said Keith Molenaar, interim dean of CU Engineering. “Professionals need access to high-quality, innovative research, techniques and skills to stay ahead. As the top engineering college in the Rocky Mountain region and a national leader in computer science, we are excited to offer access to our world-class faculty and to create a new professional network of industry leaders in Colorado.”