A University of Denver education means foremost that your degree will be worth more than just a credential. Grounded in the traditions of a liberal arts education, our degree programs offer a full foundation of general and liberal studies, preparing students to become successful in advanced courses of academic study.
Many of our students continue on to graduate school, earning advanced degrees in advertising, anthropology, business, law, education, computer science, geographic information systems, mass communications and journalism studies, marketing, social work, psychology, and other innovative fields.
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There are many options for graduate study available at the University of Denver. Your academic adviser can help you to explore these options. If you are thinking about continuing your education after graduation from Colorado Women's College, work with your adviser now to ensure the best transition to a graduate course of study.
University College Information Technology Dual Degree Program
IT students interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Information and Communications Technology from University College may take up to two University College graduate classes (8 credit hours) that will also count as CWC electives. Students can apply for provisional acceptance into University College when they have achieved junior level status, and must have a GPA of at least 3.0 and a recommendation from the Program Chair of IT Studies. Students can take University College classes when they have reached senior status at Colorado Women's College. The MAS in Information and Communications Technology from University College allows students to specialize in areas of information technology such as networking, project management, databases, software design, technology management, telecommunication, web design, GIS, and security. More >>