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The University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus Graduate School is a unique school that encompasses students enrolled in all 26 MS and PhD programs on campus. These programs span across four colleges and schools across campus. Our current student population is just under 800. We are located in the Academic Office 1 building, room 2609.
Please see the “PhD Program Directory” or the “MS Program Directory”
Yes, we have various MS and PhD programs at our campus in:
Please see the “Academic Calendar”
Please see “Campus and Community Resources”
Please see “Apply”.
The Graduate School on-line application can be found at “Submit on-line Application”.
Application fee waivers are offered to GEMS, McNair, MARC and PREP scholars. Applicants from these programs should complete the application as normal, but when they submit the application they should indicate "pay by check" at the end. Rather than submit a check to the Graduate School for payment, they must email or fax proof of their scholar status. For McNair scholars, the form is available on the McNair website. For GEMS, MARC and PREP scholars, please complete the Graduate School Application Fee Waiver Form and attach documentation showing your affiliation with the appropriate program and we will waive the application fee.
All advising is done by the individual programs. You should contact your program of interest directly to speak with an advisor. Contact information for the programs can be found in the “PhD Program Directory” or the “MS Program Directory”.
The Graduate School receives the $50.00 application fee. You can pay the application fee through the on-line application with a credit card or you have the option to pay by check. If you selected the pay by check option, you will need to mail the $50.00 check directly to the Graduate School. All other application materials (official transcripts, recommendation letters, etc...) should be sent directly to the program to which you are applying. Program information and addresses can be found in the “PhD Program Directory” or the “MS Program Directory”. Educational Testing Services (ETS) sends both the TOEFL and GRE test results directly to the University.
No. To be considered official, the transcripts must come from the issuing institution and be sent directly to the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus graduate program.
The only code you will need for the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus is 4875. The Graduate School at one time received paper scores for GREs requiring one to be sent to the Graduate School and one to the program. The program/department codes are no longer required as we now receive GRE scores electronically enabling all programs to have access to the scores.
Minimum GRE score standards can vary from program to program. Please contact the program directly to determine their GRE score requirements.
If an applicant does not meet the specified criteria for admission as a regular student, he/she may be recommended by the program for admission as a provisional student. Provisional acceptance includes a statement of academic conditions which the student must meet in order to become a regular degree student and requires the approval of the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School.
The University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus code is 4877. The minimum TOEFL score required for admission to a graduate program at University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus is 75 or above (minimum subscores of 15 in Reading, 14 in Listening, 19 in Speaking and 20 in Writing). The minimum acceptable IELTS score for admission is 6.5 (minimum subscores of 5.5 in each area).
The requirement for TOEFL scores may be waived in cases in which students can demonstrate experience with English usage, for example through the attainment of a baccalaureate or higher degree from a college or university in the United States.
No. The foreign transcript evaluation must be completed in order to be considered for admission. The evaluation must include an analysis of courses, grades, grade point average and U.S. degree equivalency.
Official translated transcripts must be sent from the institution of higher education directly to the program to which you are applying. Please see the PhD Program Directory or the MS Program Directory for program addresses. International translated transcript(s) are evaluated by the University of Colorado Denver’s International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) Office.
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