The faculty, staff, and students of the CU-Boulder Graduate School are part of a long-standing tradition of outstanding scholarly achievement. Follow the links below for information regarding:
A consolidated list of important forms for academic processes such as applications, dissertation defense, exam reports, transfer credit, etc.
Details information and checklists for requirements and steps needed for Doctoral, Master and concurrent student graduation.
Information on all of the necessary resources for preparing ETDs. For official university regulations regarding submission procedures and deadline dates, see the Graduate School Calendar and Master's Thesis and Doctoral Dissertation Specifications.
Forms and procedures for new degree programs, course proposals, interdisciplinary or professional certificate programs, and new degree proposals.
The Concurrent Bachelor's/Master's degree program offers the opportunity of pursuing the Bachelor's and Master's degrees leading towards the awarding of the degrees at the completion of the concurrent program. The program is normally a 5-6 year program designed for currently enrolled CU Boulder students.