productive relationships between the University of Colorado Denver and its
international sponsors have resulted in educational opportunities for students throughout
regions as diverse as the Middle East and Asia, the university’s
Office of International Affairs has worked with government sponsors to enhance
existing degree programs and customize new programs in emerging fields.
Students at the College of Architecture and Planning, Denver, and Dar Al-Hekma College, Saudi Arabia, share remarkably similar goals of sustainable design and historic and cultural preservation relevant to high desert climates and urban development. In a unique educational exchange, students from each country design housing for underserved populations in the partner nation.
The Business School partners with more than 150 businesses and advisory boards members representing 160 different companies, resulting in new degree programs such as the Global Energy Management program. Created in partnership with Encana Oil and Gas, the program answers the need for new managers in today’s changing energy industry.
Scientific media design and medical imaging allow viewers to “fly” through the human body, cellular landscapes, and molecular science concepts. The latest visualization tools and techniques educate students about anatomy and disease, empowering them to create visual blueprints that help doctors plan intensive surgeries.
As nations around the world become more interested in global forensics technology, graduate students in the university’s National Center for Media Forensics program are on a fast track of learning about the best practices for digital evidence, mobile phone forensics, speech pattern recognition, voice prints, witness testimony, and many other useful topics.
Urban sustainability, technical and physical infrastructure, energy technology, and engineering innovation are all part of the ongoing global partnership developments between the University of Colorado Denver and institutions such as China’s Northeast Forestry University. Local partnerships between the university and the City of Denver allow students to focus their graduate theses on bridge technology projects; students have been paid more than $4 million for their work and $45 million has been invested in bridge repairs.
Global health is a major focus at the University of Colorado Denver, with degree pathways starting in undergraduate programs such as the BA/BS in biology and going all the way through to a PhD in immunology. Cross-campus educational opportunities connect the downtown Denver campus with the new state-of-the-art CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
At the Anschutz Medical Campus, advanced degree programs in dental medicine, nursing, medicine, pharmacy, public health, and bioscience research are designed to integrate systems of knowledge and encourage shared learning and research. From physician assistants to pharmacologists, students are prepared to fill critical global workforce needs and to help citizens around the world.
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