Colorado Mountain College Classes at Carbondale
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Credit and Non-credit Classes
Carbondale credit classes are published in the Glenwood Springs, Spring Valley & Carbondale Class Schedule.
Use the link below to download/view the complete schedule of credit and non-credit classes (PDF).
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 Carbondale
Improve your resume, health, mind and soul with continuing education classes
About half of the students at CMC Carbondale are taking non-credit classes. They are exploring the universe, learning both ancient practices and fast-breaking technologies. You can train at tai chi or Pilates. Learn to plant sustainable gardens or build e-commerce websites. Join us!
Upcoming Non-credit Classes
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Would you like more confidence when singing around friends or at gatherings? This voice-transforming workshop will help students to gain better control over pitch and tone through hands-on, proven techniques developed by instructor Jill Cohn through a deep knowledge and practical professional experience coupled with her passionate desire to help heighten the love of singing. Class is open to all; no prior singing experience is required. Faculty: Jill Cohn Classes: September 16 through October 14 Meets: Monday; 07:00 PM - 09:00 PM Cost: $125 Register Now! Search for Intro to Singing… Read more: Intro to SingingFind out more »
Intercambio Spanish-English Language Exchange If you speak English or Spanish and want to learn Spanish or English, our Intercambio class provides you the opportunity to share your language and culture with someone else while, at the same time, gaining those same things from a native speaker of the language you want to learn. Our course facilitators arrange one-on-one and group activities and exercises geared to real-world situations. The Intercambio class is interactive, fun, and all levels are welcome! Space is… Read more: IntercambioFind out more »
Introduces the basics of worksheet operations using Microsoft Excel 2016. Topics include data entry, formatting, formulas, functions, printing, and file management. Intended for beginners who have no experience with Excel, but do have basic computer skills. Faculty: Miranda Watson Classes: September 19 (only) Meets: Thursday; 08:30 AM - 12:30 PM Cost: $38 Register Now! Search for Beginning Excel on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Gain an introductory-level understanding of QuickBooks Pro software. Topics include entering data, creating invoices, writing checks, using accounts payable and accounts receivable. Prerequisites: Basic computer skills. Faculty: Michelle Baker Cole Classes: September 19 (only) Meets: Thursday; 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM Cost: $65 Register Now! Search for Quickbooks Pro I (Windows) on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
This class provides thorough NAUI entry-level instruction for adults and kids age 10 and up. It includes 16 hours of training in the Glenwood Community Center pool and 14 hours classroom instruction at CMC. Students must complete open water dives after finishing this course to receive certification; the instructor can provide more information. The course fee of $350 includes use of regulator, buoyancy compensator, tank, weight belt and weights, and wetsuit. An additional fee of $70 is payable to the… Read more: Scuba: Open Water Diver CertificationFind out more »
Learn to prepare plant-based whole foods that anyone will enjoy eating! We will meet in the kitchen and have fun creating colorful food to eat and take home! No previous cooking (or combining) experience necessary. Everyone has fun! You will learn 6 new recipes to take home to add to your collection. Please wear comfy shoes and bring six 8-12oz "to go" containers to take food home (and a bag!) $20.00 food cost fee paid directly to the instructor at… Read more: Beginner’s Class – Berry CrispFind out more »
Beginning and intermediate students learn and develop mosaic skills using cut glass tiles and other materials. Practice cutting and adhesive techniques using design templates. Class includes a grouting demonstration, and students receive a supply of grout to complete their piece at home. All materials and tools will be provided, although, students may bring their own tools or objects (small items approx. 1: sq.) to include in their piece. A $20 materials fee will be collected by the teacher at the… Read more: Contemporary Mosaic ArtFind out more »
Do you know what it takes to start your business? In this overview, you will learn the proper steps to launch your new business, including legal structures, required licenses and forms, tax requirements, and financing considerations. Bring all of your questions about starting a business and meet others who are doing the same. Classes: September 23 (only) Meets: Monday; 05:30 PM - 09:30 PM Cost: $55 Register Now! Search for How to Start a Business on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Balance helps us feel calmer, sleep better, think more clearly, be more productive and creative, and feel compassion for others. Learn techniques of breathing, meditation, Tai Chi, Qigong, and eating that can bring balance to the opposites that life constantly presents: fast and slow, contemplate and active, exercise and rest, tightness and looseness, happiness and sadness, energy and tiredness. Classes: September 23 (only) Meets: Monday; 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM Cost: Free Register Now! Search for Yin - Yang - Finding the Perfect Balance with Cari Shurman on… Read more: Yin – Yang – Finding the Perfect Balance with Cari ShurmanFind out more »
Learn the basics of homemade herbal tinctures, elixirs and syrups. Students will walk through the process in class and take home a 1/2 pint of herbal tincture for further processing, a 1/2 pint of syrup, and instructions to make more at home. Sarah Morehouse is a Certified Herbalist with a BA in Medicinal botany, and her own herbal product line. A $30 materials fee will be collected by the instructor at the beginning of class. Faculty: Sarah Morehouse Classes: September 24 (only) Meets: Tuesday; 06:00… Read more: DIY Herbal Tinctures Elixirs – SyrupsFind out more »
Understanding the major components of a business plan - vision/mission, business structure and management, sales and marketing, financials/budgeting and cash flow projections, and financing. Turn your business idea into a solid plan for long-term success. Commit your idea to paper to determine its viability, keep your business strategically focused, and increase your chances of obtaining financing. Classes: September 25 (only) Meets: Wednesday; 05:30 PM - 09:30 PM Cost: $55 Register Now! Search for Business Plan 101 on Community Education Classes…Find out more »
Approaching or entering retirement? Your mindset needs to begin to move from asset accumulation to asset distribution. That's what retirement income planning is all about — understanding how much annual income you'll need during your retirement years to support the lifestyle that you want, and positioning your assets to provide that income. This workshop is designed for educational purposes only and students will receive dynamic instruction regarding financial concepts and strategies, not an endorsement of specific financial products or services.… Read more: Retirement Income PlanningFind out more »