2020 Crimson Application

Accelerated Master's Admissions for New DU Alumni

The University of Denver is committed to supporting the educational attainment of current DU seniors and recent graduates through the 2020 Crimson Application process! This application process provides DU seniors graduating in the Spring 2020 term or Summer 2020 term, and recent undergraduate alumni who graduated in the Fall 2019 term or Winter 2020 term, the opportunity for accelerated admission into an eligible master’s program of their choice. Students applying through the 2020 Crimson Application process will not be required to submit standardized testing scores and DU will waive their application fees.  Students admitted through the 2020 Crimson Application process must start their graduate program in Fall 2020, and they are guaranteed a scholarship of at least 33% of tuition costs. Current DU seniors that have already been admitted to a DU master’s program are also eligible for the scholarship.

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2020 Crimson Application Benefits

DU Seniors and new alumni can receive the following benefits by applying for an eligible master's program with Fall 2020 enrollment:

  • An application fee waiver
  • A waiver of all standardized testing requirements
  • Guaranteed scholarship of at least 33% of tuition costs*

*Students must meet the program’s normal requirements for admission and receive the scholarship. Admission requirements vary by program. 

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If you apply by July 31, DU will waive your application fee and waive any standardized testing requirements.

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Graduate Admissions Policies & Procedures

All graduate students must hold a Bachelor's degree or higher and have a minimum 2.5 undergraduate GPA. Program-specific admission requirements are set by individual academic units and published annually. Applicants must meet all published admission requirements to be considered for admittance. Requirements vary by program.

Graduate Aid

Graduate financial aid comes in many forms, from federal lending to research funding to assistantships. We're happy to help you navigate these resources and optimize your financial investment. 

Eligible Programs by College

  • Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science

    Discovering Creative Solutions for a Better Future.

    The Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science gives you the chance to explore and develop solutions to the world’s most daunting technological challenges, while preparing you for in-demand careers in engineering and computer science.

    With a focus on student-centered instruction, the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science seeks to fulfill its mission of advancing technical and scientific knowledge and capabilities to improve quality of life for our global society while striving to achieve two global goals: Develop and Inspire Healthy Global Citizens and Create a Smart, Sustainable World. Students looking to start or advance careers or conduct research in engineering or computer science will find the Ritchie School offers a pathway to that future.

    Bioengineering, MS: The Master of Science in bioengineering program couples engineering with biomedical science to help prepare students for work in bioscience research and development.
    Computer Engineering, MS: The master of science in computer engineering challenges students who want to improve the world around them through continuous technological advancement.
    Computer Science, MS: The Master of Science in computer science program gives students the chance to develop essential skills for both academic and industrial applications.
    Electrical Engineering, MS: The Master of Science in electrical engineering offers students the opportunity to enhance their understanding of specialized electrical systems such as search and rescue robotics, sustainable energy and power systems, unmanned vehicle systems, and social emotive robots.
    Engineering, MS: The Master of Science in engineering provides individualized advancement for students with an established foundation in engineering and a passion for innovation.
    Materials Science, MS: The Master of Science in materials science delivers an interdisciplinary background in the behavior and construction of materials rooted in engineering, chemistry, and physics.
    Mechanical Engineering, MS: The Master of Science in mechanical engineering program is customizable, with a technical elective requirement that offers students the opportunity to study topics including, but not limited to, fluid mechanics and heat transfer, mechanical design and analysis, and bioengineering.
    Mechatronic Systems Engineering, MS: The Master of Science in mechatronic systems engineering program is customizable with specialization areas and thematic course sequences to align with your specific areas of interest and career goals.

    The Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science also offers an MS in Data Science and an MS in Cybersecurity. These programs are not applicable for the 2020 Crimson Application. However, DU students and recent graduates that apply through the Ritchie accelerated admission process will receive an application fee waiver and will not be required to submit letters of recommendation. Those with an undergraduate GPA of 3.3 or higher will also receive a GRE waiver. To learn more about Ritchie's accelerated admission contact Meredith Corley.

  • Daniels College of Business

    Rigor. Relevance. Results.

    The Daniels College of Business is the eighth oldest business school in the country and the most recognized business college in the Rocky Mountain West.

    Our wide variety of programs are designed to provide experience across such fields as marketing, accounting, management, and many more. We have programs to satisfy your educational needs. Our mission is to develop pioneers in business through impactful scholarship, experience-driven education, and lifelong learning.

    Applied Quantitative Finance, MS: The Master of Science in Applied Quantitative Finance (MSAQF) from the Reiman School of Finance combines the in-depth study of finance theories and principles with advanced technologies, communication and teamwork, with a strong focus on ethics and values.
    Business Analytics, MS: Business analytics is built on three equal pillars—information management, statistical and analytic modeling, and business decision making—and the MS in Business Analytics provides a balanced education in all three.
    Management, MS: The Master of Science in Management program delves deeply into the skills it takes to manage and be a leader.
    Marketing, MS: The Master of Science in Marketing degree program challenges you to think critically to solve problems while teaching you to embrace ambiguity.
    Master of Accountancy: The Master of Accountancy program provides rigorous training in accounting fundamentals with specialties in business valuation, assurance, taxation or AIS and Data Analytics.
    Real Estate and the Built Environment, MS: As the only RECM program in an accredited business college, we teach you the full cycle of real estate, construction and asset management, all built on a foundation of business principles.
  • College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics

    Research That Breaks the Mold.

    The College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics offers its students a broad range of courses in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics and astronomy, and geography and environmental science.

    Our degree programs encompass subjects as diverse as molecular life sciences and biophysics, geographic information science, environmental chemistry, mathematics for finance, and much more. Graduate students have ample opportunities to work with faculty scholars on hands-on research projects that change lives and challenge long-held ideas.

    Biomedical Sciences, PSM: The University of Denver's Professional Science Master's in biomedical sciences gives students the opportunity to develop technical skills and theoretical knowledge that can prepare them for careers in the biomedical and health sciences fields.
    Chemistry, MA: The University of Denver's master of arts in chemistry aims to instill students with the ability to learn independently and to define and help solve new problems. Chemists in our graduate programs work to contribute to the fundamental understanding of their discipline and help others understand their contributions and those of their contemporaries.
    Geographic Information Science, MS: The University of Denver's Master of Science in geographic information science (GISc), offered through the Department of Geography and the Environment, is designed for students interested in careers in geotechnology. The program provides in-depth study of geotechnological skills, including cartography, remote sensing, geographic information systems and global positioning systems.
    Geographic Information Science, MS (online): The University of Denver's Master of Science in geographic information science (GISc), offered through the Department of Geography and the Environment, is designed for students interested in careers in geotechnology. The program provides in-depth study of geotechnological skills, including cartography, remote sensing, geographic information systems and global positioning systems.
    Geography, MA: A master of arts (MA) in geography focuses on our department's three areas of expertise: physical geography; human geography; and human-environment interaction. Rigorous coursework and research, culminate in a thesis project. Opportunities for field training abound, both in the U.S. and abroad, and we'll help support you with career goals so you're best able to utilize your skills.
    Mathematics, MA: This degree offers a broader mathematical experience than our master of science option and it is geared toward students interested in, for instance, careers in finance or secondary school education.
    Mathematics, MS: The University of Denver's MS in mathematics curriculum provides students the opportunity to improve their logical and analytical problem-solving skills through courses such as differential geometry and functional analysis.
    Physics, MA: A master of arts (MA) degree in physics is intended primarily for students who are seeking an advanced degree without a significant research component. For instance, the MA degree is appropriate for students pursuing careers in pre-college or community college teaching, planetarium or museums, or as technical representatives of various organizations.
    Physics, MS: The MS in physics combines rigorous coursework in fundamental areas of physics and modern topics with opportunities in research.
  • College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

    Think, Create, Connect, Act.

    The College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences offers programs that will help you dig deep into exciting new concepts.

    If you’re passionate about the human experience and want to explore human expression, societies, or workings of the mind, consider a graduate degree from the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. Elevate your performance skills alongside professional artists, ask questions and solve problems among fellow scholars, and work collaboratively with faculty on innovative research. Go beyond the classroom, engage with your community, and make a difference in the lives of others.

    Anthropology, MA: This MA focuses on public anthropology by applying the discipline's concepts, methods, and insights to issues of contemporary relevance and concern. You'll gain valuable experience in archaeological field schools and community-engaged research projects or work in collections and in the Museum of Anthropology gallery. To hone your expertise, we offer three distinct degree tracks in Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology, and Museum and Heritage Studies.
    Art History (Museum Studies), MA: Students in our art history graduate program may pursue a museum studies concentration. In addition to earning a master’s degree in art history, you will take courses with curators and conservators from the region’s art institutions.
    Art History, MA: A master’s in art history is perfect for students who wish to cultivate a deep understanding of the ways in which art and aesthetics develop and affect individuals and societies. 
    Composition, Master of Music: Aspiring composers expand their creative language while developing a diverse portfolio of compositions.
    Conducting, Master of Music: The master of music in conducting offers professional training in Western choral, orchestral and wind traditions.
    Economics, MA: Our MA program challenges students to explore both mainstream and alternative theories and critically examine why those analyses have been formulated in specific manners.
    Emergent Digital Practices, MA: Our MA in emergent digital practices is a two-year degree that examines the intersection of art and technology through a critical lens, addressing the broad cultural phenomenon of emerging technologies.
    Emergent Digital Practices, MFA: Our MFA in emergent digital practices is a three-year, technically advanced degree in which you'll use new technologies to produce creative works.
    English and Literary Arts - Literary Studies, MA: Our flexible MA in English and literary arts immerses you in the critical study of literature while allowing you to tailor the degree to your talents and interests.
    International and Intercultural Communication, MA: By combining courses from the Department of Media, Film and Journalism Studies and the prestigious Josef Korbel School of International Studies, students in the International and Intercultural Communication program gain the cultural knowledge and communications skills to navigate the complexities of communication across cultural and geographic borders.
    Media and Public Communication, MA: The MA in Media and Public Communication combines theory and practice to prepare you for successful careers in strategic communication, public relations, health communication, nonprofit management, media education, research and more.
    Music Theory, Master of Arts: Our master's program in music theory offers budding educators, performers and composers a robust catalog of specialties and concentrations.
    Musicology, Master of Arts: Committed to fostering critical thinkers and writers, the master of arts in musicology offers a wide range of courses in classical and vernacular Western and non-Western music.
    Performance, Master of Music: The master of music in performance prepares gifted musicians to pursue professional careers in music.
    Piano Pedagogy, Master of Music: The master of music in piano pedagogy prepares musicians for professional careers through advanced levels of coursework, teaching practice and assessment.
    Religious Studies, MA: Our masters in religious studies program emphasizes religious tradition as a crucial means of insight into contemporary, global issues.
    Suzuki Pedagogy, Master of Music: The master of music in Suzuki pedagogy, offered for violin and cello, is a performance degree combined with a Suzuki certification. 
  • Josef Korbel School of International Studies

    Producing Global Leaders and Research with Impact.

    The Josef Korbel School of International Studies is consistently rated one of the world’s top programs in its field.

    We foster a rigorous and creative approach to examining global issues and developing innovative solutions both in the classroom and in the field, with an emphasis on research that has practical relevance. Each year, the Korbel School hosts diplomats and officials from across the globe, providing our students with the broad context necessary to contribute to the improvement of international relations.

    Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration, MA: Our GFTEI degree is truly unique and places equal emphasis on theory, policy, qualitative and quantitative skill sets.
    International and Intercultural Communication, MA: By combining courses from the Department of Media, Film and Journalism Studies and the prestigious Josef Korbel School of International Studies, students in the International and Intercultural Communication program gain the cultural knowledge and communications skills to navigate the complexities of communication across cultural and geographic borders.
    International Development, MA: This program emphasizes the need for broad-based, environmentally and socially sustainable economic growth that generates meaningful employment opportunities.
    International Human Rights, MA: Critically examine the historical processes, social movements, strategies and institutions designed to protect human rights.
    International Security, MA: Our international security program has evolved to prepare students to enter an increasingly complex security environment.
    International Studies, MA: A flexible and mostly self-directed degree, our flagship MA program has specialties in areas such as quantitative methods, environmental protection, policy-making, global health and specific geographic areas, to name a few.
    Public Policy, MPP: This program draws on the deep international policy faculty at Korbel and from across the DU community to offer a truly interdisciplinary and applied degree.
  • Morgridge College of Education

    Unleashing the Power of Learning.

    The Morgridge College of Education is a graduate college that advances teaching and learning through a variety of distinct yet collaborative programs.

    We offer master’s and doctoral degrees in higher education, policy, counseling, research methods, and library and information science, in addition to more traditional programs including school psychology, educational leadership, early childhood and teacher preparation. Whether you want to pursue a career in child and family psychology or a life as an educator of youth and adults, our programs provide you with an edge through field and clinical experiences that will enhance your foundation of knowledge and prepare you to launch a meaningful career.

    Child, Family and School Psychology, EdS: Our Ed.S. program offers you practical experience, research opportunities, and well-rounded coursework. You will learn the skills needed to work with children of all developmental abilities (aged birth to 21 years), as well as their families, in school or community settings.
    Child, Family and School Psychology, MA: Our Child, Family, and School Psychology (CFSP) program prepares graduates for careers in School Psychology across a broad range of education, mental health, and research settings. Our program embraces ecological and social justice orientations.
    Counseling Psychology, MA: The MA in counseling psychology is an ideal degree for anyone who wants to learn to assist children and/or families dealing with change or trauma, aid individuals struggling with addictions or work as a researcher or leader to affect change at a societal level. The MA program offers three areas of concentration: research, general counseling and clinical mental health counseling.
    Curriculum and Instruction, MA: Learn to challenge and inspire students by constructing and implementing innovative, inclusive and effective curricula through the MA in curriculum and instruction.
    Early Childhood Special Education, MA: Our program approaches the field of early childhood special education in an ecological, holistic, and developmental way. We focus on professional, ethical, research, and policy issues related to early childhood development, social-emotional early learning, and family support.
    Higher Education, MA: By joining this program, you can gain valuable insight into the manner in which policy is developed and how it impacts higher education, as well as skills that can allow you personally to affect and improve those policies.
    Library and Information Science, MLIS: The MLIS program focuses on 21st century informational science and data management, as well as on developing the skills needed to evaluate, manage and adapt to technological change. The curriculum includes 30 credits of electives, giving you opportunity to focus on a specialization area, such as archives, digitization, academic librarianship or information technology.
    Research Methods and Statistics, MA: Whether your educational background is in education, psychology, marketing or a variety of other disciplines, you'll find the opportunity to develop analytical skills through the MA in research methods and statistics.
    Teacher Education Program, MA: Our Teacher Education Program (TEP) offers an intensive, integrated, professional preparation experience. As an apprentice teacher, you will be in one field placement for the entire academic year with a gradual release of teaching responsibility over the year. Courses for this program begin on Tuesday, July 7, 2020. The application deadline is Wednesday, June 15, 2020. Contact Noah Schlueter for more information.
  • Graduate School of Social Work

    Connect. Mobilize. Transform. Equity.

    The Graduate School of Social Work is rooted in social justice and ranked in the top 10 percent of all social work schools in the U.S.

    We offer the specialized training you’ll need to launch a career creating positive change for individuals, families, and communities. By integrating community internships alongside the classroom curriculum, you’ll maximize your education and finish with the tools to advocate for populations impacted by oppression and to provide tactical treatments for those experiencing some of society’s most harrowing challenges.

    FINAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE: August 1, 2020

    Master of Social Work (MSW): In the Master of Social Work program students apply social work theories and research through classroom experiences, community projects, and field internships.

  • Sturm College of Law

    Innovating the Future of Law.

    Consistently ranked among the nation’s top 100 law schools, the Sturm College of Law combines traditional classroom learning with dynamic, hands-on legal experiences.

    Master’s students learn from an innovative and comprehensive curriculum in a variety of concentrations, including nationally ranked programs in environmental and natural resources law, legal writing, clinical training, and tax law. Dedicated faculty members, substantive courses and myriad experience-based learning opportunities give students the expertise and confidence they need to pass the bar exam and start practicing law immediately following graduation.

    Environmental and Natural Resource Law and Policy, MLS: The master of legal studies in environmental and natural resources law and policy is for professionals who want to broaden their understanding of the continuously evolving field of environmental and natural resources law on a global level. 
    Legal Administration, MSLA: The MSLA program provides students with the knowledge and skills to run a law firm, court or legal organization, both nationally and internationally. Concentrations in law firm adminstration and court adminstration allow for further specialization.
    Legal Studies, MLS: Denver Law’s master of legal studies (MLS) program is designed for graduate students and professionals whose interests and areas of employment would be enriched by the study of law, the legal system and legal reasoning but who do not want to practice law. 
    Taxation, MT: The graduate tax program curriculum combines both the law and accounting aspects of tax practice, giving our graduates the ability to provide thoughtful, practical advice to their clients.
  • University College

    Career-Focused Education. Online and Evenings.

    University College offers programs designed and delivered for busy adults to hone your talent and advance your career with online and evening courses.

    Whether looking to add a skill set with a certificate or pursue a master’s degree, you'll find that career-focused education provides an opportunity to advance your career without putting it on hold.

    Arts and Culture Management (Arts & Culture Marketing), MA: In this program, you’ll learn to plan, sustain, and develop marketing initiatives on behalf of arts and culture organizations, helping to build awareness and loyalty to both nonprofits and for-profits in the sector.
    Arts and Culture Management (Arts & Culture Outreach & Advocacy), MA: In this program, you’ll learn to design engaging events and targeted programs, apply entrepreneurial thinking to help both nonprofit and for-profit organizations develop a strong community presence, and develop effective approaches to secure grant support.
    Communication Management (Learning & Development), MA: Learn the art and science of powerful communication that persuades your audience to take desired actions. In this program, you will learn to lead learning and development efforts by leveraging your technology, facilitation, and evaluation skills.
    Communication Management (Marketing Communication), MA: Learn the art and science of powerful communication that persuades your audience to take desired actions. In this program, you will discover the power of brands and determine how to craft, deploy, and measure campaigns from start to finish.
    Communication Management (Organizational Communication), MA: Learn the art and science of powerful communication that persuades your audience to take desired actions. In this program, you will enhance and deepen your interpersonal, organizational, and managerial abilities.
    Communication Management (Organizational Development), MA: Learn the art and science of powerful communication that persuades your audience to take desired actions. This program prepares you to better facilitate communication between and among leadership and stakeholders, all in an effort to create a more effective organization.
    Communication Management (Public Relations), MA: Learn the art and science of powerful communication that persuades your audience to take desired actions. In this program, you will learn strategies to connect with influencers, utilize mass media, and leverage social media, all while employing principles of persuasion and quality content creation.
    Communication Management (User Experience Strategy) MA: Learn the art and science of powerful communication that persuades your audience to take desired actions. In this master’s degree concentration, you will learn to think critically and strategically about the user experience in a way that enables greater innovative agility across all communication platforms.
    Environmental Policy and Management (Environment Analytics & Report), MS: Navigate the complex relationships between the environment, management, and policy by learning the principles and tools needed to thrive. Learn to leverage data and develop solutions to improve business performance and environmental compliance.
    Environmental Policy and Management (Environmental, Health & Safety), MS: Navigate the complex relationships between the environment, management, and policy by learning the principles and tools needed to thrive. Be prepared to control, prevent, and assess environmental and occupational hazards and learn how to communicate these risks to your stakeholders in an impactful way.
    Environmental Policy and Management (Environmental Management), MS: Navigate the complex relationships between the environment, management, and policy by learning the principles and tools needed to thrive. Learn to analyze and manage environmental risks, development, compliance, and regulations as you take an integrative approach to crafting solutions for complex environmental challenges.
    Environmental Policy and Management (Environmental Policy), MS: Navigate the complex relationships between the environment, management, and policy by learning the principles and tools needed to thrive. Leverage environmental policy to prevent threats to climate, ecosystems, and energy sources.
    Environmental Policy and Management (Energy & Sustainability), MS: Navigate the complex relationships between the environment, management, and policy by learning the principles and tools needed to thrive. Learn how energy sources are developed, leveraged, regulated, and financed while assessing trends in energy and cultivating sound environmental policies.
    Environmental Policy and Management (Natural Resource Management), MS: Navigate the complex relationships between the environment, management, and policy by learning the principles and tools needed to thrive. Gain the skills needed to pursue a leadership role and be equipped with natural resource management knowledge, including the use, management, and protection of water and land.
    Environmental Policy and Management (Supply Chain Management), MS: Navigate the complex relationships between the environment, management, and policy by learning the principles and tools needed to thrive. The Supply Chain Management concentration will teach you to apply principles of environmental sustainability as you plan for and manage the end-to-end flow of products, including closed-loop supply chains.
    Global Community Engagement, MA: In this program, you’ll critically explore issues of global concern and experience hands-on engagement with changing communities to make a positive impact. You’ll also learn to work effectively across cultures and refine your role as a responsible global citizen.
    Health Informatics (Digital Health), MS: In this master's degree program, you will learn to leverage health data tools and applications to achieve business and research outcomes within the health sector. With this master's degree concentration, you will gain high-level knowledge of the interoperability of healthcare information systems, the benefits and barriers associated with consumer digital health products, and the evolving use of distance medicine.
    Health Informatics (Health Data Informatics & Analytics), MS: In this master's degree program, you will learn to leverage health data tools and applications to achieve business and research outcomes within the health sector. Learn how to develop and deliver initiatives and products, navigate regulatory compliance, and work remotely. In this master’s degree concentration, you’ll learn how to collaborate, organize projects, and formulate real-life solutions to existing healthcare industry issues.
    Health Informatics (Health Data Science), MS: In this master's degree program, you will learn to leverage health data tools and applications to achieve business and research outcomes within the health sector. Learn how to develop and deliver initiatives and products, navigate regulatory compliance, and work remotely. In this master’s degree concentration, you’ll work with real hands-on data science projects using de-identified data from a curated health data repository built with industry partners—the first of its kind!
    Healthcare Management (Global Health Program Management), MS: Gain skills that help you transform the industry and better understand the patient, provider, payer, and population perspectives. In this program, you will learn how to develop and deliver initiatives and products, navigate regulatory compliance, and work remotely.
    Healthcare Management (Healthcare Policy & Regulatory Leader), MS: Gain skills that help you transform the industry and better understand the patient, provider, payer, and population perspectives. In this program, you will develop a robust understanding of healthcare systems, legislative procedures, and quality improvement as they each relate to healthcare policy.
    Healthcare Management (Manage Legal Issues Healthcare), MS: Gain skills that help you transform the industry and better understand the patient, provider, payer, and population perspectives. Learn the common legal issues that relate to healthcare facilities and providers, including professional liability, patient privacy, and payment system management.
    Healthcare Management (Supply Chain Management), MS: Gain skills that help you transform the industry and better understand the patient, provider, payer, and population perspectives. In the Supply Chain Management concentration, build your end-to-end knowledge of the complex process that provides the many products healthcare organizations need to function.
    Healthcare Management (Strategic Leadership in Healthcare Organizations), MS: Gain skills that help you transform the industry and better understand the patient, provider, payer, and population perspectives. You’ll learn how to create and deliver on an organization’s vision and goals—within budget—by exploring practice and system management, strategic planning, and change leadership.
    Information and Communications Technology (Cybersecurity Management), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. Through experiential learning, case study analysis, and examination of leading security technologies taught by expert faculty, you'll learn critical management skills and strategies to develop a corporate cybersecurity plan.
    Information and Communications Technology (Database Design & Administration), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. Learn to strategically develop appropriate architecture and design while performing data modeling, data warehousing, and performance tuning using the latest tools and technologies.
    Information and Communications Technology (Geographic Information Systems), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. From the latest trends in GIS such as using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for GIS purposes, to more foundational spatial data processing, you’ll be prepared to plan, implement, and execute GIS projects.
    Information and Communications Technology (Information Systems Security), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. Navigate cybersecurity challenges as you develop the technical skills needed to solve security breaches, conduct computer forensics analysis, and set up secure networks.
    Information and Communications Technology (Project Management), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. Take on large-scale projects by learning the tools, software, and best practices of project management.
    Information and Communications Technology (Software Design & Programming), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. Build skills in generating program code, creating database queries, and comparing integrated development environments.
    Information and Communications Technology (Telecommunications Technology), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. In this program, you will gain practical insight into the leading standards and protocols, as well as the next generation all-IP technologies for network security, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things.
    Information and Communications Technology (Technology Management), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. In this program, you will develop an understanding of the breadth of the IT industry and learn to analyze and forecast trends that help your organization achieve a competitive advantage.
    Information and Communications Technology (Web Design & Development), MS: Launch yourself into real-world learning and gain hands-on skills in a specialized area of IT. Hands-on instruction in UX principles, information architecture, and web design will prepare you to create websites using popular programming languages and frameworks.
    Nonprofit Leadership (Executive Leadership & Governance), MS: In the Nonprofit Leadership program, you will gain practical knowledge to lead organizational change, craft successful fundraising strategies, and develop social enterprises for nonprofits. In this program, you’ll learn to work effectively with boards, develop strong governance, and strategically plan for resource development.
    Nonprofit Leadership (Mission-Driven Operations & Management), MS: In the Nonprofit Leadership program, you will gain practical knowledge to lead organizational change, craft successful fundraising strategy, and develop social enterprises for nonprofits. In this program, you’ll learn how to set and meet financial goals by cultivating partnerships, managing grants, and implementing community-based approaches, and you’ll build and customize programming strategies based on research and data.
    Nonprofit Leadership (Philanthropy & Resource Development), MS: In the Nonprofit Leadership program, you will gain practical knowledge to lead organizational change, craft successful fundraising strategy, and develop social enterprises for nonprofits. Learn about the scaling and planning required to develop the resources needed to carry out your nonprofit's mission.
    Nonprofit Leadership (Social Enterprise, Innovation & Entrepreneurship), MS: In the Nonprofit Leadership program, you will gain practical knowledge to lead organizational change, craft successful fundraising strategy, and develop social enterprises for nonprofits. You'll gain practical strategies and tools in social enterprise and innovation, from idea conception through to launch and all the steps in-between: funding, prototyping, scaling, marketing, measurement, and more.
    Organizational Leadership (Human Capital Organizations), MS: Cultivate your ethical leadership prowess as you learn to integrate strategy, innovation, and the emerging practices that inspire individuals and connect mission to values at organizations. In this program, discover ways to improve the effectiveness of leaders and employees using best practices in organizational learning and creating partnerships both vertically and horizontally.
    Organizational Leadership (Organizational Development), MS: Cultivate your ethical leadership prowess as you learn to integrate strategy, innovation, and the emerging practices that inspire individuals and connect mission to values at organizations. In this program, connect culture, structure, and strategy to manage change by leveraging organizational development best practices.
    Organizational Leadership (Project Management), MS: Cultivate your ethical leadership prowess as you learn to integrate strategy, innovation, and the emerging practices that inspire individuals and connect mission to values at organizations. Gain practical experience in project management by using the tools and techniques leveraged for large-scale and smaller projects.
    Organizational Leadership (Supply Chain Management), MS: Cultivate your ethical leadership prowess as you learn to integrate strategy, innovation, and the emerging practices that inspire individuals and connect mission to values at organizations. In the Supply Chain Management concentration, learn to build the organizational planning and structures needed to optimize the flow of products along their full journey from raw material sourcing to manufacturing, transportation, and inventory management.
    Organizational Leadership (Strategic Innovation & Change), MS: Cultivate your ethical leadership prowess as you learn to integrate strategy, innovation, and the emerging practices that inspire individuals and connect mission to values at organizations. This concentration will enhance and cultivate your skills in strategic planning, entrepreneurship, and change management in this program designed to provide you with the knowledge needed to thrive in start-ups or well-established organizations.
    Professional Creative Writing (Prof Creative Nonfiction Writing), MA: Cultivate your writing skills, learn how to offer work to publishers and agents, and lay the foundation for creating a personal brand. In this program, you will progress toward mastering the fundamentals of narrative nonfiction that connects with an audience while discovering and cultivating behavior to sustain your creative efforts.
    Professional Creative Writing (Professional Dramatic Writing), MA: Cultivate your writing skills, learn how to offer work to publishers and agents, and lay the foundation for creating a personal brand. In this program, you will progress toward mastering the fundamentals of writing for the most popular kinds of performance in this program designed for aspiring playwrights, screenwriters, and spoken word artists.
    Professional Creative Writing (Professional Fiction Writing), MA: Cultivate your writing skills, learn how to offer work to publishers and agents, and lay the foundation for creating a personal brand. In this program, you learn to create a personal presence in the creative marketplace while honing your fiction writing expertise.
    Professional Creative Writing (Professional Poetry Writing), MA: Cultivate your writing skills, learn how to offer work to publishers and agents, and lay the foundation for creating a personal brand. Refine your passion for writing poetry, ground that passion in the evolving creative tradition, and build connections within the writing community.
    Security Management (Emergency Planning & Response), MS: Examine security threats, assess risk, and provide security solutions by delving into the field of security through case studies, research, and dynamic discussions among peers and instructors. Learn to prevent, mitigate, and assess emergencies as you develop essential communication skills and build your leadership expertise.
    Security Management (Information Security), MS: Examine security threats, assess risk, and provide security solutions by delving into the field of security through case studies, research, and dynamic discussions among peers and instructors. Determine the costs and benefits of security operations and investments, plus develop security policies and procedures that protect organizations from internal and external information security incidents and threats.
    Security Management (Organizational Security), MS: Examine security threats, assess risk, and provide security solutions by delving into the field of security through case studies, research, and dynamic discussions among peers and instructors. Enhance your knowledge of risk management and security administration while exploring emerging security issues, rules and regulations, and threats to people, physical assets, intellectual property, and information.
    Security Management (Supply Chain Management), MS: Examine security threats, assess risk, and provide security solutions by delving into the field of security through case studies, research, and dynamic discussions among peers and instructors. Learn to apply security principles to the end-to-end flow of products in the Supply Chain Management master’s concentration.
    Strategic Human Resources (HR Employment Relations), MS: Learn to strategically manage an organization's human assets and develop techniques to implement HR programs and policies. Design and manage organizational programs and systems geared toward making a positive impact on the employee experience.
    Strategic Human Resources (Human Capital Organizations), MS: Learn to strategically manage an organization's human assets and develop techniques to implement HR programs and policies. In this program, you’ll gain insight to integrating personal and organizational achievement by assessing and improving performance at the individual, team, and department levels.
    Strategic Human Resources (HR Management & Development), MS: Learn to strategically manage an organization's human assets and develop techniques to implement HR programs and policies. In this program, learn the different stages of change, manage HR interventions, and navigate compensation and benefits issues that accompany that change, and ensure organizational objectives are met.
    Strategic Human Resources (HR Operations), MS: Learn to strategically manage an organization's human assets and develop techniques to implement HR programs and policies. In this program, you will use a variety of models and tools including descriptive and predictive analysis, hiring needs, and compensation structures to inform human capital investments and organizational strategies.
    Strategic Human Resources (Learning & Development), MS: Learn to strategically manage an organization's human assets and develop techniques to implement HR programs and policies. Leveraging adult learning theories and instructional design strategies, explore how to blend traditional training strategies with up-to-date technologies in order to deliver needs assessments, design, delivery, implementation, and evaluation.
    Supply Chain Management (Supply Chain Management), MS: To meet the challenges of the changing global business environment, the University of Denver offers the first 21st century approach to the field through its graduate program in Supply Chain Management. In this program, solve real supply chain problems using the six pillars of supply chain management that address connections between supply chain, market trends, and business best practices
  • Graduate School of Professional Psychology

    Where the Human Condition Meets Scientific Method.

    Graduate School of Professional Psychology has integrated coursework, practice, service and policy work to train a workforce capable of using psychology to improve the human condition.

    While the Graduate School of Professional Psychology is not able to offer the full 2020 Crimson scholarship benefits, GSPP is offering seniors and recent graduates accelerated admissions, application fee waivers, and other scholarship packages on select programs. Learn more.

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