Since this is the only College of Architecture and Planning in Colorado, there is a healthy level of competition for admission. Accordingly, your acceptance will be based on both objective qualifications (GPA, GRE scores, etc.) as well as other variables like creativity (portfolio, essays, etc.), past accomplishments (papers, projects) and your potential contributions to the campus and department as a whole.
The University of Colorado Denver is quickly becoming one of the nation’s top public urban research universities. Its Denver Campus students are within walking distance of some of the major design and planning firms and agencies in the region.
Having already completed your undergraduate degree, you should be familiar with the general process and procedures, but you may still have specific questions like – is this Master's program for me? What is the cost of attendance? What are the graduate Admissions Standards? The information will vary depending on whether you are a traditional or international student.
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