The Course Library is a virtual collection of course lectures recorded in a previous semester when the course was taught live on campus. Some of these recorded courses are available for students to enroll in and take for credit during a subsequent semester or term and others are available to government and industry to purchase for in-house training.
Students can enroll in courses from the library for credit with permission from the instructor. Contact the instructor for permission - an email will suffice or you can send the instructor this Distance Course Enrollment form. Take the completed form or email from the instructor giving permission to your department’s graduate advisor who will enroll you in the class. You will work directly with the instructor (similar to an independent study) for the duration of the semester to complete assignments and exams. Requirements and dates for all assignments and exams will be set by the instructor and communicated to you. Be sure to inquire of the instructor if a proctor is required for exams and if so, how that process will work. At the conclusion of the semester, the instructor will submit a grade for you.
If the course you are interested in is taught live for your desired semester, the Library option will not be available.
All material, whether taken for course credit or purchased, is granted to user under a limited license for sole use of the recipient. All materials are copyrighted by the University of Colorado, and any reproduction, broadcast, or resale is strictly prohibited.