Academic Units

Sturm

College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Our College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences allows students to explore the human experience in all its complexity. CAHSS students work with professional artists, collaborate on research with faculty and explore a vast range of topics as they work to strengthen communities and make a positive difference in the lives of others.

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NSM

College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics

The College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics trains students in the practical and theoretical applications of mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics and astronomy, and geography and environmental science. With such a broad range of courses, students are able to make their impact in fields ranging from environmental chemistry to mathematics for finance.

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Colorado Women's College

CWC Leadership Scholars

CWC Leadership Scholars Program, a legacy of Colorado Women’s College, develops diverse, thoughtful, civically-responsible, women-identified leaders. This program provides academic, community and financial support to up to 15 incoming undergraduate women who identify as first-generation college students and/or students of color.

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DCB

Daniels College of Business

The Daniels College of Business is the eighth oldest business school in the country and trains students in areas like marketing, accounting, management and more. Their mission is to develop innovative, ethical businesspeople through scholarship, experiential education and lifelong support.

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GSPP

Graduate School of Professional Psychology

The Graduate School of Professional Psychology integrates coursework, practice, service and policy work to train students to use psychology for the public good. In addition to their generalist degrees, they also offer programs that work with unique populations through MA programs in forensic, international disaster, and sport and performance psychology, along with sport coaching.

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GSSW

Graduate School of Social Work

Ranked in the top 10 percent of all social work schools in the U.S., the Graduate School of Social Work uses hands-on experience and immersive coursework to train its students. From here, students advance into careers advocating for populations impacted by oppression and providing treatment for those experiencing society's most difficult challenges.

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The Joint Doctoral Program (JDP)

The Joint Doctoral Program (JDP)

The Joint Doctoral Program (JDP) combines the strengths and resources of the University of Denver (DU) and the Iliff School of Theology, separate institutions that have shared a campus and a shared passion for the public good. Together, we offer an innovative PhD program for students who want to pursue deeper study in religion with a diverse and world-renowned faculty.  The JDP prepares students for independent research, teaching, and service.

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Josef Korbel School of International Studies

Students, faculty and staff at the Korbel School work in the classroom and the field to examine and develop innovative solutions to global issues. By providing extensive practical experience and fostering dialogue with diplomats from across the globe, they're able to provide students with the proper global context they need to improve relationships worldwide.

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Morgridge

Morgridge College of Education

The Morgridge College of Education works to prepare humane educators of all types. Regardless of the population a student wants to work with — or whether they want to serve as a teacher, principal, school psychologist, education policy leader, library scientist or counselor — Morgridge offers the field experiences and knowledge necessary to excel.

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Ritchie Chandelier

Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science

Based in our brand new STEM facility, the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science works to advance technical and scientific knowledge with the goal of improving lives on a global scale. Students at Ritchie leave prepared to tackle the world's most pressing technical challenges and thrive in the high-demand fields of engineering and computer science.

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Sturm College of Law

Sturm College of Law

Consistently ranked among the nation’s top 100 law schools, the Sturm College of Law emphasizes hands-on legal experience in concert with typical classroom learning. Concentrations are available in areas such as environmental and natural resources law, legal writing, clinical training and tax law. Sturm produces confident, responsible and skilled legal professionals.

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University College

University College

University College offers flexible, career-focused online certificate, master's and bachelor's completion programs, perfectly suited for working professionals.

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