Extended Studies Office
Administration Building 310
2200 Bonforte Blvd
Pueblo, CO 81001-4901
Website: www.extendedstudies.csupueblo.edu
Phone: 719-549-2316 or 800-388-6154

CSU-Pueblo’s mission is to extend the university to serve the campus, the local community, and the surrounding region. That means being more attentive to the needs and desires of students who are not able to attend school during the traditional academic year.

The External Degree Completion Program provides print-based correspondence courses in two different bachelor’s degrees:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a general track or with a criminology emphasis
  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Science

 

Colorado State University at Pueblo

Distance Education
Division of Continuing Education
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81001
719-549-2316 or 800-388-6154
www.coned.colostate-pueblo.edu
coned@colostate-pueblo.edu

 

Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

Tuition: $149.50 per credit hour

Payment Plan: N/A

Textbooks: Not included in tuition

Transfer: Up to 90 credit hours; 15 credit hour minimum for admission into a degree program (15 credit hours can be completed through independent study with CSU-Pueblo)

Time Limit: 6 months

Degrees: Bachelor of Arts in Social Science; Bachelor of Arts in Sociology; Bachelor of Science in Social Science; Bachelor of Science in Sociology

Course Categories: Anthropology; Art; Biology; Business; Chemistry; Economics; Education; English; Geography; Geology; History; Management; Marketing; Mathematics; Nursing; Political Science; Psychology; Social Science; Sociology; Women’s Studies

Course Delivery: Paper-based; web-based

Media Component: Some courses

Catalog: 52-page catalog (2013)

Application Fee: $25

Founded: 1933

Comments: The degree programs are degree completion programs. You need to transfer in 15 credit hours to be accepted. You can fulfill this 15 credit hour requirement through individual courses through this school. Please note that it might not be possible to earn a degree through this school without the transfer of certain courses from other schools.