Online, Lifelong Learning Courses through the University of Denver Enrichment Program
Are you interested in honing your persuasion skills or staying up to date on current events affecting the globe? Maybe you’d like to learn more about World War II or explore Denver virtually? Join your lifelong learning partner, the Enrichment Program at the University of Denver (DU), to dive into these topics and many more that will stimulate your mind, reawaken your curiosity, and fuel your love of learning.
The Enrichment Program connects intellectually curious adults to DU’s outstanding faculty and programming, as well as Denver’s rich cultural community, through non-credit courses.
This fall, more than 40 courses and one-night lectures, which explore a wide range of subjects, from history and contemporary issues to science, literature, and the arts, are being offered entirely online, via Zoom. There are no exams, grades, or admission requirements — just learning for the love of learning and developing your interests.
“The strength of the program is due to an outstanding faculty that has a great breadth of knowledge and experience. Courses consistently give interesting and informative material that appeals to a diverse group of students,” said Enrichment Program Student Michael Reddy.
Registration for the online fall course line-up is open now. You can find a course that meets your interests in the Fall Enrichment Program Catalog.
Having trouble deciding which classes to take this fall? Get the inside story on what to expect when Enrichment instructors share a short presentation of what they have planned during the free Fall Sneak Peek Open House on July 29 via Zoom.
Fall Sneak Peek Open House
Wed., July 29, 6-9 p.m. MDT
Fall Enrichment instructors
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Join us on Zoom with presentations starting every fifteen minutes. Try something entirely new and attend them all or just Zoom in for the ones of interest to you. The evening’s presentation schedule will be updated throughout the month of July.
The Enrichment Program will also be offering a free online course on September 2 that is open to all who are interested. Make sure you register now to reserve your spot, as space is limited.
Antonín Dvořák: From Prague to Iowa, With Love
Wed., Sept. 2, 2020, 7-8 pm MDT
Instructor: Marc Shugold
Take a one-hour journey with University College Instructor Marc Shulgold through the life and music of one of the world’s most beloved composers, Antonin Dvořák, whose early years in Prague and its folk traditions inspired him to compose music that ultimately captured the world’s attention. Those bubbly chamber pieces and the immortal New World Symphony remind us how he, and others after him, found inspiration in the folk music that can be discovered all around us.
Join us this fall to discover a new interest or reengage in an old one! For more information on the University of Denver’s commitment to lifelong learning, visit the Enrichment Program website.