Colorado Mountain College Classes at Aspen
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CMC provides all textbook, digital, and custom materials at an affordable all-inclusive flat rate fee ($26/credit) for participating credit courses. The Learning Materials Program is a library-like lease system and students receive 100% of the required materials by the first day of the semester or within the first week, depending on when registration occurred.
Non-credit Classes at CMC Aspen
Continuing education classes add knowledge, skills and new experiences to your life
Learn new skills or try something you've always wanted to do with continuing education opportunities in Aspen. Colorado Mountain College gets you together with the region's best teacher and mentors. Share the experience and make friends with your new classmates.
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Class Description: Provides basic kayak and water reading skills. The students will learn boating safety, hazard evaluation, terminology, whitewater river reading skills, paddling strokes, bracing techniques, peel out and eddy turns, and rescue and self-rescue techniques including wet exits, Eskimo rescues, and introduction to and practice of the Eskimo roll. You must be at least 17 years old on the first day of class to take this course. Advanced Beginning class: Class consists of 3 all-day river trips and 2 evenings at…Find out more »
Class Description: Required for anyone born after Jan.1, 1949, in order to buy a Colorado Hunting License. Anyone with a felony conviction or who is delinquent in child support is not allowed to take this course. DO NOT bring firearms to class. Students 12 years old or younger must be accompanied by an adult.These classes are held at Basalt Middle School and the skills portion will be held at the Basalt firing range. Faculty: Harlow Robert Meets: Mo, Tu, We, Th, Sa; 8-06, 2, through 8-09,…Find out more »
Class Description: This course continues the development of language skills studied in Spanish 1. Students are engaged actively with each other as they discuss topics like travel, weather, shopping, food, ordering in a restaurant and daily life activities. Grammar topics include a review of present tense, talking about likes with the verb gustar, and the past tense. Faculty: Mary Carbonetti Meets: M, through December 10, 2018 Credit Hours: 3.0 Syn: #13549 Use Syn #13549 to Search and Register for your…Find out more »
Class Description: This course briefly reviews the topics of Spanish 1 and 2 and covers holiday traditions, relationships, health and visits to the doctor, using technology and cars, and home life and chores. Grammar focus is on speaking about the past, giving directions, and using the present subjunctive to influence or make suggestions. Faculty: Dr. Sara Smith Meets: W, through December 12, 2018 Credit Hours: 3.0 Syn: #13551 Use Syn #13551 to Search and Register for your class. See Classes…Find out more »
Class Description: This introductory course is designed for students with no prior Spanish language experience. Topics include basic introductions, greetings and farewells, schedules, telling time, days of the week and common activities including work, sports and leisure, places in the community, description of the family and using the present tense. Faculty: Sarah Leidner Meets: Tu, through December 11, 2018 Credit Hours: 3.0 Syn: #13582 Use Syn #13582 to Search and Register for your class. See Classes for complete campus class…Find out more »