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Discover the essential information about the University of Denver’s graduate and professional programs that interest you. We’re here to offer you all the necessary details to help you make informed decisions about your future.
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Daniels College of Business
The Daniels College of Business at DU offers a challenge-driven education and empowers students to become front-runners in the business world who lead with integrity and innovation. Our graduate degree programs include specialized master’s degrees, MBA programs, and an Executive PhD, and prioritize action-based learning experiences to equip students with the practical tools and expertise to achieve their personal and professional goals. If you are interested in earning a graduate business degree from DU, contact us!
Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science
At the Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science, students can select their desired graduate program from the Department of Computer Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering, or Mechanical & Materials Engineering to learn from experienced faculty members and collaborate with their peers.
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DU/Iliff Joint PhD Program in the Study of Religion
The Iliff School of Theology and the University of Denver offer a Joint Doctoral Program (JDP), giving candidates an interdisciplinary PhD experience where they study lived religion, conceptual approaches to religious studies, and religion in text, image, and artifact. Our students grow as scholars and teachers and are equipped to engage in meaningful research, teaching, and service both in and outside of academia.
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
The University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology provides graduate students with transformative degree programs to help them become effective and compassionate mental health practitioners and scholars. With an emphasis on scientifically based professional training and clinical experience, students are fully prepared to advance their postgraduate careers in psychology.
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Graduate School of Social Work
Driven by progressive ideals and a systems-focused approach, the Graduate School of Social Work prepares students to pursue social justice and champion evidence-based practice to better their local and global communities. Students can choose from various Master of Social Work (MSW) programs and the PhD in Social Work to advance their social work practice, undergo professional development, and open new career doors.
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
As one of the world’s leading international affairs and public policy schools, the Josef Korbel School of International Studies prepares graduate students to be global leaders and diplomats working toward a more unified, democratic world. Our master’s and doctoral degree programs in public policy, international human rights, global environmental sustainability, and more provide rigorous training and invaluable research opportunities, giving graduate students an experiential education that informs their postgraduate success.
Morgridge College of Education
The Morgridge College of Education (MCE) is dedicated to transforming communities through the power of education. Students can earn master’s and doctoral degrees in counseling psychology, library & information science, curriculum & instruction, and other fields of study to make a real-world impact in education. MCE’s graduate degree programs are rooted in social justice and prioritize a hands-on approach to learning, ensuring our students are well-prepared educators equipped to make positive changes in their classrooms and communities.
College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
DU’s College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics empowers students to follow their curiosity, engage in multidisciplinary research, and expand their understanding of the world around them. Students can pursue graduate degrees in biological and biomedical sciences, biophysics, chemistry, exercise physiology, geographic information science and geography, mathematics and physics.
Sturm College of Law
Built upon experiential learning, Sturm College of Law offers comprehensive programs in clinical training, legal writing, and trial advocacy to equip students with the practical skills they need to practice law ethically and successfully. Our graduate degree programs provide flexible learning opportunities and allow students to pursue a graduate education that aligns with personal and professional aspirations.
With career-focused master’s degree programs, the University College at DU provides lifelong learning opportunities to students of all ages. Working adults can take courses in flexible formats to engage in professional development and sharpen their skills to further their professional goals or embark on a new career path.