Located in Golden, Colorado, Colorado School of Mines educates college students as a public institution. With both academic and technical programs, the college helps students reach their career goals. The institution's bachelor's programs incorporate lower-division and upper-division coursework. The degree typically requires general education credits. Upper-division credits emphasize advanced concepts in the major. The school supports learners with tutoring and career services. The amount students pay per credit on average is currently unknown. At the accredited school, learners qualify for federal student aid programs, such as the Pell Grant. Colorado School of Mines has received accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission, an independent accrediting body.