- 1st year
- M.A. International Administration
I grew up in Indianapolis and came to Denver in 2007 to attend Regis University. I graduated from Regis in 2011 with a politics degree and landed a job at the Denver District Court as a warrant clerk for the felony division. I started at the Josef Korbel School in the International Human Rights program in January 2013 as a part time student since I was working full time. I quit my job this past August, switched to the International Administration program, and began as a full time student. I chose DU because of its great reputation, its proximity to where I live, and the diversity in the programs available to students. Also, the class sizes are small and the professors are accessible. I am looking to work abroad in the nonprofit sector and the Josef Korbel School offers countless opportunities for me to intern at various agencies and network with professionals in the field.