CU Denver is challenging outmoded ideas of how we define health-related careers and changing the way future generations will perceive, innovate, and apply the concept of health. Our vision of total health embraces the reality that health impacts not only each individual within a community, but every aspect of the community itself—how it’s designed, how it operates, and how seemingly disparate communities are actually interconnected.
We have a shared goal of advancing total health through a variety of degree programs, educational disciplines, and career paths. To find the academic path that aligns with your interests, please visit the program categories below.
If you are interested in the health professions - Medicine, Pharmacy, Dental Medicine, Nursing, or graduate programs in Public Health - explore program offerings on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
Prepare for a role in health care administration or health care policy. Our graduates work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, community health agencies, and policy organizations.
Apply your technical design skills to advance health. Our bioengineering and computer science programs will give you the tools to make a difference in the world.
Create healthy communities by applying principles for healthy design and sustainability. Address concerns related to climate change, energy usage, public health, food production and resource availability through an integrated approach to urban design.
Use the artist within you to design your own path in advancing total health. Explore opportunities in medical illustration or learn how digital design is used in the health care industry.
Serve the mental health needs of our community by pursuing a career in clinical mental health counseling, couple and family therapy, school counseling, or school psychology.
Pursue your passion in chemistry, biology, physics. If you're drawn to mathematics, consider options in biostatistics.
Create your own path by transcending traditional boundaries and studying across disciplines. Explore the integrated health track or the health humanities minor.
Pre-health is a popular and competitive field of study at CU Denver, characterized by academic rigor and personalized support to help students achieve their educational objectives. Students can pursue a variety of undergraduate programs while completing specific health program prerequisite coursework.
Learn more about our undergraduate and graduate degree programs in public health or our doctoral program in health and behavioral sciences.
|Human Development and Family Relations, BS
|Individually Structured Major: Integrated Health Studies, BA
|Public Health, BA/BS
|Public Health, BA/BS to MPH
|Public Health minor
|Public Health Demography minor
|Public Service, BA
|Visual Arts - 3D Graphics & Animation, BFA
|Visual Arts - Digital Design, BFA
|Computer Science + Programs, BA
|Visual Arts - Illustration, BFA
|Health Humanities minor
|BA/BS-DDS program (Colorado Program)
|BS-DDS program (Kuwait Program)
|Applied Medical Anthropology, MA track
|Health Administration, MS
|Health Economics, MS
|Biological Anthropology, MA track
|Master of Integrated Science
|Environmental Sciences, MS
|Public Administration/Public Health, MPA/MPH
|Public Health, BA/BS to MPH
|Community Health Track, Master of Social Science
|Society and the Environment Track, Master of Humanities/Master of Social Science
|Urban and Regional Planning, MURP
|Health Administration, MBA
|Urban Design, MUD
|Health Administration, EMBA
|Health Economics, PhD
|Geography, Planning, and Design, PhD
|Integrative Biology, PhD
|Health & Behavioral Sciences, PhD
|School Psychology, PsyD
|Allied Health Sciences, Post Baccalaureate Certificate
|Health Communication, Undergraduate Certificate
|Biochemistry, Undergraduate Certificate
|Nonprofit Management Undergraduate Certificate
|Biotechnology, Undergraduate Certificate
|Sociology of Health and Medicine, Undergraduate Certificate
|Families and Social Welfare, Undergraduate Certificate