Print-based Programs - Undergraduates

The Correspondence Education Program (CEP) learning experience provides a way for students to meet their educational and specific learning goals.  Our courses are print based that can be done at the student's pace.  Print-Based learning enables you to work from study material that is mailed to you.  These courses are offered for non-incarcerated, degree seeking students as well as any incarcerated student.

The Correspondence Education Program operates on a semester based system which includes two separate term start dates. Semester one will open at the start of the term and close 16 weeks later.  Semester two will open 8 weeks after Semester one and close 8 weeks later. All non incarcerated students are expected to finish in the designated time per semester. For both terms, incarcerated students may take up to one year to complete the course if needed.

Print-based Undergraduate Programs

Print-based Courses 

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Note: Courses that are numbered in the 000-099 range are developmental education courses and therefore do not count toward graduation requirements. These courses are not considered college-level.

Adams State University admitted degree seeking students are required to meet course prerequisites and placement requirements. Please contact your Advisor as needed.