The world doesn’t work only during “school hours”—we don’t think college classes should either.
We offer an array of times, places and ways to pack learning into your day. Sure, we have traditional lectures, labs, essays and exams, but they’re part of an incredible range of programs, courses and class schedules all designed to help you make the most of every moment.
- Classes are available throughout the day and into the evening.
- We offer more than 200 courses online, giving you access 24/7.
Our courses reflect today’s job market, the demands of employers, the latest technology and more.
Undergraduate programs at CU Denver consist of a university- wide core curriculum, your degree requirements and elective courses. You’ll also enhance your proficiency in areas like mathematics, reading, writing, public speaking and critical thinking. And, you’ll cultivate a breadth of knowledge and sensitivity to cultural diversity—necessary skills to navigate the world around you successfully. Find opportunity here
Smaller class sizes mean bigger opportunities.
Our average class size for undergraduates is 27 students; the average student-to-faculty ratio is 1:17. That means more individualized attention from professors who are experts in their fields. Think of the conversations you’ll have.
Get a jump start on a career in health care.
Careers in health can span everything from being doctors, nurses and pharmacists to related careers that impact the health and wellness of our community. So we offer traditional pre-health programs within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and a variety of health-related courses and majors focusing on everything from engineering life-saving medical devices to restoring health-care systems in third-world countries. Learn more about planning a health career
and earning a degree in public health
We offer more than 90 undergraduate majors and minors as well as pre-professional programs in areas like law and medicine. Think of the possibilities.
Thinking about the future can be daunting. Perhaps you know exactly what you want to study, or maybe you aren’t sure. No worries. We offer a diverse array of programs in five schools and colleges so you can discover your passion, your perfect fit.
Make your first year at college a success. Get involved in the CU Denver community, get to know your peers and professors and develop study and time-management skills. Class size is limited to 24 students, and all FYS courses count as part of the required Core Curriculum.
Think like an employer. What would you look for in a graduate? Someone with real experience: internships, service learning, mentors, networks, outside-the-classroom knowledge.
In the interdisciplinary curriculum in UHL, you’ll have opportunities to engage in research projects with professors, study abroad and participate in leadership-development activities with students from other universities.
Collaborate with university professors in research, scholarly, creative and entrepreneurial activities. Design projects independently or with a team of students—great preparation for your future career or grad school.