Non-Credit Programs and Institutes

The Division of Extended Studies offers a variety of non-credit professional development and avocational courses to students in Colorado and throughout the country.  These courses provide an opportunity for individuals to develop new career paths or personal enrichment and growth.  These courses are not part of an academic credit program and do not produce credit towards a degree at the University.

For more information or to register for any of our non-credit courses call us at 800.388.6154 or email us at



Zymurgy Institute 8.9.10 is now open for registration

Zymurgy Institute 8.9.1 - The Art and Science of Beer

Gain refreshing knowledge on the Art and Science of Beer in a production brewery classroom environment this Fall.  Learn from university scholars and industry experts on this fascinating topic every Monday evening at 7pm from May 6 to December 9 in Bristol Brewing Company Ivywild, 1604 South Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, 80906.  Topics include: Brewing Microbiology; Yeast Propagation; Industrial Brewery Health and Safety; Basic Tasting Techniques; Off Flavors; Ivywild; Beer Marketing; Motherhood and Beer; A Brewery Tour; and, Food Pairings.  Print and submit your registration form today. Call 719.322.3933 or email for additional information. 


Former Zymurgy Institute Information

Zymurgy Institute 1.0 (2009-10) 
Zymurgy Institute 2.0 (2010) 
Zymurgy Institute 3.0 (2011)  
Zymurgy Institute 4.0 (Summer 2011) 

Zymurgy Institute 5.0 (Fall 2011) 
Zymurgy Institute 6.0 Brochure 
Zymurgy Institute 7.0 Fall 2012 




The Conferences and Short Courses Program (CSC), under the Division of Extended Studies at Colorado State University–Pueblo, boasts an array of partnerships, collaborations and cooperation’s with a plethora of high quality training centers and facilities in and throughout the region and contiguous US.  We provide Continuing Education Units (CEUs), which offers a standard unit of measure for continuing adult education and training activities (for example, one CEU is equal to ten (10) contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education/training experience under responsible, qualified direction and instruction), which demonstrates to your organization or employer that you are continually gaining the newest and most applicable information in your specified field. If you or your organization requires CEUs in continuing adult education, please contact us.


SERTC Training under the Security and Emergency Response Training Center

If you have recently completed a training course on behalf of the Security and Emergency Response Training Center (SERTC), we can provide you with documentation and a certificate of completion, which will assist you in the process of continuing education and training in your specified field of employment and interest.

8 CEUs Registration Form

4 CEUs Registration Form


Association of Experiential Education (AEE)
International Conference
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

 2.25 CEUs Registration Form