Programs Designed for Adult Students

The College of Adult and Graduate Studies at CCU offers associate degrees, bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, doctoral degrees, and certificate programs specifically designed to meet the needs of adult learners. Our adult education classes are taught from a Christian worldview, emphasizing how your personal values and ethics can impact your education, your life, and your work. Since many adult students are interested in online degree programs, nearly all of our courses are offered 100% online.

For students interested in completing both a bachelor's and master's degree, CCU offers several dual degree programs to help save both time and money. In addition, students may choose a minor to develop deeper competencies in a subject area that complements their CCU's bachelor's degree.

Class Format

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    Adult and Graduate Students

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    Students Affiliated with U.S. Military

Take the leap to continue your education even if you're not sure you have the time, talent, or finances. Your education is a gift that opens up more opportunities for you and it can never be lost.
- Linda Lujan, '91, B.S. in Human Resource Management, president of Lamar Community College
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State Exclusions for Online Students

Colorado Christian University is required by the U.S. Department of Education to be in compliance with state laws regarding where we can offer distance and/or online education. The College of Adult and Graduate Studies at Colorado Christian University offers courses to online students in all states with some exceptions for specific academic programs.

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