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Undergraduate Schools and Colleges

Shape your future at DU.

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Choice abounds at DU. With eight diverse schools and colleges, you'll find the undergraduate program of study you need to create your ideal future. Each program features:

  • Cutting-edge curricula
  • Professor-led courses
  • Access to the latest tools and technology

And our 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio and small classes mean you'll benefit from personalized instruction as well as diverse opportunities for research, exploration and critical thinking.

Undergraduate Schools and Colleges

Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science

Access the latest technology, tools and research findings from today's top engineering and computer science fields at DU's School of Engineering and Computer Science. Select from three departments to pursue your degree of choice:

From biomechanics and nanotechnology to the integration of art-speak with techno-talk, our programs will equip you with the experience, insight and knowledge you need to direct change and positively affect the human experience.

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Daniels College of Business

Position yourself for success in today's top business markets with a bachelor of science degree in accounting or business administration, with a major or minor in your chosen area of focus. At Daniels, you'll learn more than the fundamentals of sound business, you'll discover the principles of good business. Ranked 7th in the world for strong ethical standards by the Wall Street Journal, Daniels will teach you how to apply the tools of your trade with vision, integrity and honesty.

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Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Gain cutting-edge instruction and research opportunities in the areas of biological sciences, chemistry and biochemistry, environmental science, geography, mathematics and physics and astronomy. Choose from our six distinct departments and pursue individual or dual undergraduate degrees.

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Divisions of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Gain depth of knowledge in one or more majors while taking advantage of the breadth of a curriculum geared to the development of critical thinking skills, as well as written and oral proficiency. You can:

  • Hone your writing techniques under the guidance of distinguished poets.
  • Conduct experiments on brain functions.
  • Gain mastery in digital media studies.
  • Analyze foreign cultures.
  • Explore the meaning of rituals. 

AHSS graduates go on to graduate and professional schools or enter the workforce with the knowledge and vision necessary to achieve professional success, gain personal satisfaction, and contribute to the betterment and beauty of the world.

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Josef Korbel School of International Studies

Get on the path to success. The Bachelor of Arts Program in International Studies will help you transform your passion for business, law, environmental studies, social work, communication or information technology into a career you love. Through this innovative curriculum, you'll learn to:

  • Adapt to global issues
  • Grasp how the world works
  • Cultivate an international approach to your professional development

Simply put, Korbel will help you gain the critical knowledge and skills you need to affect meaningful and positive change in today's globalizing world. 

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Morgridge College of Education

Learn how to positively advance education and lifelong learning through professional practice, community leadership and innovative research. At Morgridge, you can match your academics to your goals by selecting a degree option that includes teaching licensure in the State of Colorado or minors in specific areas of education that do not include certification.

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University College

Discover an undergraduate degree program designed specifically for you?as a working professional. The Bachelor of Arts Completion Program at University College is structured to help you achieve your educational goals while continuing to work full time. The program's flexible online and on-campus courses allow you to build on your existing undergraduate credits to obtain your degree. (Applicants must have completed a minimum of one year of undergraduate study to qualify.)

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