Business Administration is offered in partnership with DU's Daniels College of Business, a nationally recognized leader in business education. You'll deepen your understanding of complex issues and develop the skills to compete in a demanding marketplace.
This degree examines both human and mass communications, exploring everything from nonverbal and interpersonal communication to group and team dynamics—all while developing the skills for careers in public relations, journalism, and media management.
This program provides a technological foundation while exploring project management, communication, and leadership. You'll learn the concepts behind emerging and evolving technologies and explore ways to apply IT for human, organizational and societal benefit.
Law and Society
Law and Society draws from law, humanities, and political science to study legal concepts and people's lives. With a focus on advocacy, comparative law, and criminal justice the degree is excellent preparation for graduate school, and careers in law and public sectors including lobbying and regulatory agencies.
- Business Administration
- Information Technology
- Law and Society
- Gender & Women's Studies
- Leadership Studies
Certificates are available to degree seeking students as well as to women who are not seeking an undergraduate degree. We offer the following:
This program allows you to get involved in research projects with faculty and community partners that promote social change.
Conflict Management Studies
Learn to identify and manage personal, professional, and cultural conflict. Also, explore the sources of conflict, so you can identify the best conflict management tools.
Become a business or social entrepreneur by gaining the skills to launch and sustain a business or start-up.
Discover how technology and skills such as website design, IT system specification, and development can advance your career.