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Continuing Professional Education

 

Professional Development classes for Fall 2015:


MSU Denver South Campus

(5660 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Greenwood Village - just one block west of the Orchard Road Light Rail Station)


Summer 2016

CPD 2310, Stress Management, CRN 41075.  Class meets on Friday, July 15 and Saturday, July 16, from 9am-5pm.  In every individual’s life there are numerous sources of stress. Instead of simply treating the symptoms of stress, this course will help students identify their own causes of stress and then deal with those causes prescriptively. Discussions will focus on understanding stress theory, personality attributes that contribute to stress, stress in the work environment, and relationship stress.

CPD 2320, Self Esteem, CRN 41076.  Class meets on Saturday, June 11  and Saturday, June 18, from 9am-5pm.  This course will explore the issues of self-esteem within a feminist framework, including the effects of sexism on self-worth, the role of women in a sexist society, and the tools needed to survive with a strong self-image. The goal is to apply what is learned to enhancing everyday living through an understanding of societal, familial, and self-induced pressures.

Fall 2016

CAS 4300, Acting Like a Teacher, CRN 55282.  Class meets for 5 consecutive Saturdays, September 26 through October 29, 9am-2:30pm. This class examines and explores the formation of classroom presence using a variety of acting, speaking and vocal techniques to develop, build, and encourage skills supporting an effective classroom persona. Students will practice and demonstrate body movement, posture, and deportment skills along with verbal and nonverbal communication skills to support classroom management and motivate pupil attention and engagement. Students will identify, learn, and practice intentional vocal and visual techniques to make instructional communication more effective.  (Class is crosslisted with EDU 4300 and THE 4300.)

CPD 2300, Time Management, CRN 55289.  Class meets on Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22, from 9am-5pm.  Learning to manage time efficiently is a necessary skill for successful students, educators, and professionals. This course is designed to enable women and men to analyze their use of time, identify factors that contribute to wasting time, and improve use of time through better prioritizing, scheduling, and increased motivation.

CPD 2320, Self Esteem, CRN 55287.  Class meets on Saturday, September 10  and Saturday, September 17, from 9am-5pm.  This course will explore the issues of self-esteem within a feminist framework, including the effects of sexism on self-worth, the role of women in a sexist society, and the tools needed to survive with a strong self-image. The goal is to apply what is learned to enhancing everyday living through an understanding of societal, familial, and self-induced pressures.

CPD 2370, Money Issues for Women, CRN 55288.  Class meets on Saturday, September 24  and Saturday, October 1, from 9am-5pm.  The economic and social circumstances of women’s lives in the United States often place them in a different material and psychological relationship to money and issues surrounding money than men. This course will review a variety of issues women face when planning for the future, as well as some of the tools used to build a secure future.

EDU 4300, Acting Like a Teacher, CRN 54263.  Class meets for 5 consecutive Saturdays, September 26 through October 29, 9am-2:30pm. This class examines and explores the formation of classroom presence using a variety of acting, speaking and vocal techniques to develop, build, and encourage skills supporting an effective classroom persona. Students will practice and demonstrate body movement, posture, and deportment skills along with verbal and nonverbal communication skills to support classroom management and motivate pupil attention and engagement. Students will identify, learn, and practice intentional vocal and visual techniques to make instructional communication more effective.  (Class is crosslisted with CAS 4300 and THE 4300.)

EDU 4700, Substitute Teacher Workshop, CRN 55283.  Class meets on Saturday, November 5 and Saturday, November 12, from 9am - 5pm.   This course provides the background knowledge, methods, techniques and materials for substitute teachers at the elementary and middle school levels to be more confident and competent substitute instructors.

THE 4300, Acting Like a Teacher, CRN 54265.  Class meets for 5 consecutive Saturdays, September 26 through October 29, 9am-2:30pm. This class examines and explores the formation of classroom presence using a variety of acting, speaking and vocal techniques to develop, build, and encourage skills supporting an effective classroom persona. Students will practice and demonstrate body movement, posture, and deportment skills along with verbal and nonverbal communication skills to support classroom management and motivate pupil attention and engagement. Students will identify, learn, and practice intentional vocal and visual techniques to make instructional communication more effective.  (Class is crosslisted with CAS 4300and EDU 4300.)

 

 

 

 

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

The office of Continuing Professional Education administered through the MSU Denver South Campus location participates in the development and delivery of programs that address the continuing education needs of professionals in the community.


Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are useful for keeping a cumulative record of noncredit study. They are designed for use where employers, re-licensure agencies and other authorities require a specific number of hours of study for career advancement or re-licensure.

Programs are evaluated before CEUs are awarded. CEU certification is based on one CEU for each ten (10) contact hours of participation. Certificates are issued and records are held by MSU Denver's Office of Continuing Professional Education for 7 years or as directed by a given regulatory agency.

Noncredit Paralegal Certificate Course

This intensive, nationally acclaimed program is designed for beginning as well as advanced legal workers. Students will be trained to assist trial lawyers, interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns, research the law and assist in preparing cases for litigation. The 84 hours of instruction are provided by The Center for Legal Studies.

For more information contact The Center for Legal Studies

Legal Nurse Consultant Training Course

Build on your medical expertise and clinical experience. Learn the role of the legal nurse consultant in litigation areas such as: medical malpractice, toxic torts, products liability, personal injury, emotional distress, wrongful death, and workers compensation.

For more information contact The Center for Legal Studies.