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Exciting growth on the MSU Denver South Campus

The spring semester offers dozens of classes with subjects ranging from child psychology to world geography to composing arguments.

By Laura Witt

November 6, 2018

South campus classroomLearning never ends at Metropolitan State University of Denver’s South Campus. With a wide range of classes across multiple disciplines, there is a course for anyone looking to expand their mind or their professional horizons.

The South Campus offers a number of Innovative and Lifelong Learning programs and continues to expand its offerings. These tailored programs provide students and instructors with flexibility and options such as self-paced online courses.  For those who prefer face-to-face learning, many classroom-based, Concurrent Enrollment and LearnOn programs are available, and noncredit certificate offerings provide education, support and training in niche areas of expertise. For example, Online Petroleum Land Management and STEM Tech Writing Certificates will launch in 2019, joining the popular Online Water Studies Certificate.

For anyone living or working in south Denver, the South Campus provides extra convenience with free parking and access to light rail. Evening and Saturday classes easily fit into busy schedules and cater to nontraditional and working students. MSU Denver students are welcome to use the South Campus computer lab and student-lounge areas, and local businesses and groups can rent classroom space for trainings, retreats or events.

Learn more about the South Campus and Innovative and Lifelong Learning at, and watch for the South Campus’ annual report, available soon.

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