Non-Degree Programs

Non-degree courses are a great way to enhance your graduate training or professional experience in public health. Non-degree students register for courses but are not enrolled in an official degree or certificate program at the Colorado School of Public Health. In order to be considered for a seat in a class, all non-degree students must submit a Course Permission Form signed by the teaching faculty.

Featured learning opportunities

MCH-Link scholarship & courses

Maternal and child health (MCH) professionals currently working in a rural, frontier, or tribal setting in Colorado, Wyoming, or South Dakota may qualify for the MCH-Link scholarship program. This program offers online graduate-level maternal and child health courses tailored to address the current educational and training needs of MCH professionals at no cost for busy working professionals.

Center for Public Health Practice trainings

The Center for Public Health Practice collaboratively develops and offers a wide range of both in-person and online learning opportunities. Its Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center is one of 10 Regional Public Health Training Centers designated by the Health Resources & Services Administration and serves Colorado, Montana, North and South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming by partnering with subject matter experts to develop a skilled workforce prepared to address public health needs in their communities.

Center for Health, Work & Environment courses

The Center for Health, Work & Environment provides online, self-paced courses to busy professionals who are committed to workplace health and safety. Our courses are delivered by experts who offer real-world insights rooted in research. Whether you’re a safety manager or business owner, we can help you gain the skills and credentials you need to advance your career and Total Worker Health®. Many of our courses are approved for continuing education credits including SHRM, CME, CHES, and others.