The Department of Pathology provides training in experimental pathology for individuals with a baccalaureate, medical, or other advanced degree. more >
Our graduate program provides the skills and knowledge specified for graduate study in architecture and is fully accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB). more >
In response to the growing challenges in health care and public health, the PhD Program in Health and Behavioral Sciences was established in 1994 to develop leaders able to address more >
CU Denver’s Economics MA program emphasizes extensive training in mathematical and quantitative analysis, including the provision of substantial exposure to econometrics and more >
The University of Colorado Executive MBA Program is designed for men and women who have business, professional, or administrative experience and have demonstrated the potential for continued growth in more >
The University of Colorado Denver Business School's MS in Accounting is highly respected for the breadth of knowledge it provides in both financial and managerial accounting.
The Urban Community Teacher Education program at CU Denver uniquely prepares you to obtain your teaching license and a master’s degree. more >
Anthropology is the study of human origins and evolution, present conditions of human life, and future prospects. more >
With chemistry often called the "central science," a chemistry background is a powerful tool to launch you into your career. more >
There are many options for graduate student in mechanical engineering.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU Denver offers the following graduate programs:
The electrical engineering master of science program and the multidisciplinary engineering and pplied science PhD offer exciting opportunities to pursue graduate degrees in a number of traditi more >