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CTL Courses

CTL Courses offer students and faculty the opportunity to engage in topics that are at the forefront of our diverse faculty's research interests. Conducted in a seminar-style setting, instructors will provide an overview of the subject and present their scholarly work and related research innovations. Seminarians will be able to not only learn about the topic, they will be encouraged to engage, with each other and with the instructor. CTL Courses encourage a multidisciplinary examination of issues and topics by community members, faculty, and students from across the university. The goals of CTL Courses are to focus the many intellectual perspectives and resources of CSU-Pueblo on the study of important topics and to enact a sense of common purpose across the diverse communities at CSU-Pueblo. These classes are offered to all students: undergraduate, graduate, and professional. Faculty and Community members may audit these courses for a certificate of completion.

To Register call 719.549.2290 or email us at ctl@csupueblo.edu

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    CTL 491/591 - Library Research Skills

    Course Details

    Semester: Fall 2017
    Effective Dates: September 19 - November 7
    Days: Tuesday & Thursday
    Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    Location: Library & Academic Resource Center (LARC) 202
    Credits: 1

    Work with library faculty to develop a customized research plan and master your library skills. We will focus on picking a research topic, finding and evaluating resources, and managing a research project from start to finish. Open to upper division students, faculty, staff, and community members.

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    SW 290 - Bills, Budgets, and Bucks

    Course Details

    Semester: TBA
    Effective Dates: TBA
    Days: TBA
    Time: TBA
    Location: TBA
    Credits: TBA

    The "Bills, Budget, Bucks" CTL course will help faculty, staff, students, and community members teach the vital skills of financial literacy, including savings, debt, and major purchases.

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