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English Writing  

As they say, ‘hard writing makes easy reading’. So whether you’re working on your doctoral thesis, the great American novel (or viral video), or a simple email to the boss, your success (and often times your future) is based on how well you can communicate your thoughts.

Why This English Writing Degree?

Skills you'll obtain with this degree in English Writing:

  • Working independently
  • Time management
  • Planning and researching written work
  • Critical reasoning/analysis
  • Thinking creatively

All of these skills are highly marketable and will help you stand out.




Online Delivery

This English Writing degree is taught by the same accomplished professors who teach on campus.

Student/Faculty Ratio

Your online courses also maintain the same student/faculty ratio as the on campus courses - 17:1, so you'll have thoughtful, rich and vibrant interactions with your professor and peers.

Mix and Match

Since there's no distinction between online and on campus courses, you can you can choose whichever delivery method that works best for you and your schedule. And once you graduate, your degree is from the University of Colorado, regardless if you took online or on campus courses.

"What about after I graduate with an English Writing degree?"

This accredited BA in English Writing program from CU Denver equips you with the knowledge and skills to excel in such English degree jobs as:

  • Nonprofit & Government (grant writer, speechwriter, paralegal, etc.)
  • Publications (editor, publisher, technical writer, etc.)
  • Entertainment (journalism, literature, Film studies, etc.)
  • Business and Advertising (copywriter, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) expert, sales, etc.)


To get started in a career in English Writing, simply request more information below.


This certificate program for Executive Leadership in Health Information Technology is designed for health care and public health professionals with managerial experience who lead the deployment and use of health IT to achieve transformational improvements in quality, safety and outcomes.

Specifically, this 15 credit program is for:

  • Chief medical information officer (CMIO)
  • Chief nursing informatics officer (CNIO)
  • Chief information or chief informatics officer

Typically, the entering trainees may be physicians or other clinical professionals (e.g. advanced-practice nurses, physician assistants) or hold a master’s or doctoral degree(s) in public health or a related health field.

Online Health Information Technology Requirements

The executive leadership certificate has the following requirements:
  • Minimum bachelors degree or equivalent in a clinical field
  • 2 years of previous management experience
  • Completed application
  • Letter of reference from employee's chief executive

Health Information Technology Online Courses

The curriculum consists of five three-credit courses, for a total of 15 credit hours. And there are numerous course options based on your clinical background. ​​

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