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Graduate Education

  • 54 distinct master’s degree programs and 51 doctoral degree programs pursued by more than 5,100 enrolled graduate students in fall 2010.
  • 14 dual master’s degree programs and 35 concurrent bachelor’s/master’s degree programs.
  • Over 16 interdisciplinary certificate and 26 professional certificate programs.
  • The nationally-renowned Graduate Teacher Program coordinates a community of scholars in which graduate students can explore and experience postsecondary teaching, research, academic service, and academic management; develop proficiency in communication, assessment, and diversity in the classroom; and explore professional career options.
  • Surging student interest in energy issues sparked the creation of a unique environmental studies graduate curriculum at CU-Boulder. The energy specialization within the environmental studies master’s degree program includes core courses and electives in classes such as solar technology, environmental economics, and renewable energy policy.
  • In addition to assistantships and fellowships, the Graduate School awards travel grants, teaching and research awards, and dissertation completion awards.