CCLS Makes it Easy to Find Your Balance At Regis University's College of Contemporary Liberal Studies (CCLS), you will discover that finding the right balance between your educational, professional and personal responsibilities is possible and rewarding. We offer busy professionals learning and scheduling options designed to meet their needs for flexibility. Regis CCLS accelerated programs are delivered in five- or eight-week terms that start six times per year. This means you can begin earning your degree when you are ready, and complete it in a timeframe that works for you. And, you can get your degree in a variety of learning formats: campus-based, online, or Directed Study. You may wish to complete your studies in only one learning format, or combine several that fit your personal needs and learning style. Because Regis CCLS provides you with a variety of learning format options, it's not so difficult to fit your studies into your busy schedule. For optimal course availability, students may be required to complete their course work online or at alternate campus locations. Find degree programs offered in your preferred learning format and timeframe Learning Formats Campus-Based If you live or work near one of the Regis University's multiple Colorado campuses and prefer a on-campus setting, this is the format for you. Most classroom-based courses meet one evening per week from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Some campuses also offer weekend courses. Availability of courses varies according to campus location and subject. Online Learning Online learning programs offer you flexibility and convenience to study and interact online from home or on the road. Online degree courses are offered in five- or eight-week terms and run concurrently with classroom courses. The online degree format adheres to a structured schedule with assignments due weekly. Online courses are not self-paced, but do allow flexibility as far as when and where you study. In addition, CCLS is committed to making the majority of our online courses accessible to all visually and auditory disabled learners. Directed Study Directed Study is for students who have academic interests outside of the courses that we offer on our annual course rotation. Directed Studies are courses that you design with a professor who has expertise in the academic discipline in which you want to study. Registration for Directed Studies takes place through your faculty advisor. Learn more about Directed Study registration procedures.