Bonjour! Guten Tag!
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Thank you for your interest in graduate education at the University of Colorado Boulder. Opportunities for study here are broad, with graduate degrees offered in the humanities, social sciences, physical and biological sciences, fine and performing arts, engineering, journalism, business, music, and education. In cooperation with the colleges and schools, the Graduate School offers degrees in 49 doctoral and 62 master's programs.
This Graduate School Website
Use the resources on this site to learn more about:
- Why Graduate Education? why you should pursue graduate education.
- Why CU? why do this at CU.
- Meet our graduate students!
- See what is going on!
- Resources available to graduate students:
- Graduate School rules, rights, regulations, and policies,
- About Us, the Graduate School staff, services, and mission.
Use the resources on the admissions website to learn more about the university and the application process:
- Apply directly to the department you are interested in, rather than the Graduate School or the Office of Admissions, using the online application form.
- International students may like to start at the International Applicants' page.
- See a list of departments, a description of their graduate programs, their admission requirements, and their contact information.
- See also, the Application Deadlines, and keep in mind that these are the dates by which all materials must be received. Note that the requests for the letters of recommendations are only sent to the people you specify within the online application after you submit your application, so submit your application early.
- Graduate Degree Programs: Link directly to a list of all departments with a description of their graduate programs, their admission requirements, and their contact information.
- Dual Master's Degrees: Explore your options for receiving two master's degrees in complementary fields. This can be a real asset in an environment where there is a rapidly increasing desire for interdisciplinary and professional skills.
- Concurrent Bachelor's/Master's Degrees: Earn a bachelor's degree and master's degree concurrently in five years. The concurrent degrees at CU-Boulder have been created in recognition of the increasing demand for master's level training and research skills.
- Interdisciplinary and Professional Certificate Programs: Explore your options for receiving a certificate in an interdisciplinary or professional certification program while pursuing a master's or doctoral degree in a specific department.
Descriptions of colleges, schools, and individual departments including undergraduate and graduate degree requirements, course descriptions, and faculty listings
See also the additional "Related Links" on the left.