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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL AND CONTINUING STUDIES Highly flexible and affordable, a University of Denver degree through University College provides career-focused content. You’ll pursue projects that are directly related to your career and be able to immediately apply what you’re learning to your job. That’s what employers want, and that’s what you can expect. Our faculty and staff understand the challenges of balancing family, work, and school. Your time is valuable and you need to get the most out of it. We pride ourselves in providing the most relevant and personalized educational experiences that truly work for adults, allowing you to do more of what matters to your career, your family, and community. Whether you take your classes in the evenings on campus, online, or in a combination of both, you will create and capitalize on opportunities to grow and enhance your career. Where you earn your degree does matter. Make an impact at universitycollege.du.edu.

• Start When You’re Ready: Four Start Times Per Year • Finish Quickly: Finish Your Master’s in 18 Months or Take up to 5 Years • Enhance Your Career: Full Access to Career Services • Designed for Adults: No GRE or GMAT Required for Admission

See course schedules, build an academic plan, and apply online at universitycollege.du.edu

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A University of Denver degree through University College provides career-focused content, meaning what you learn today can be applied at work tomorrow.

CAREER-FOCUSED

The University of Denver continues to climb in the rankings, coming in as a top 100 university in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report.

TOP 100 UNIVERSITY

Courses are available entirely online, evenings on campus, or in a hybrid format (meeting 50/50 online and on campus) allowing you to access course content anytime, anywhere. That’s what we call convenience and flexibility in action.

ONLINE COURSES

At University College, you’re in charge of your education. You can design a program that suits your interests and your career. Custom build your academic plan with a personal academic advisor and choose the courses you need to move forward in your career.

BUILD A DEGREE

You’ll learn from practitioner faculty, who are professionally active in the fields they teach about, and full-time University of Denver faculty. This model ensures your program is relevant and rigorous.

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MASTER’S DEGREE

CONCENTRATION OR CERTIFICATE

MLS in Arts and Culture

Art, Literature, and Culture Arts Development and Program Management Creative Writing

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MA in Communication Management

Alternative Dispute Resolution Learning and Development Marketing Communication Organizational Communication Organizational Development Public Relations

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MS in Environmental Policy and Management

Energy and Sustainability Environmental Analytics and Reporting Environmental, Health and Safety Environmental Management Environmental Policy Natural Resource Management

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MS in Geographic Information Sciences

Geographic Information Systems

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MLS in Global Affairs

Global Health Program Management Global Issues World History and Culture Translation Studies

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MS in Healthcare Leadership

Global Health Program Management Health Data Informatics and Analytics Healthcare Policy and Regulatory Leadership Medical and Healthcare Information Technologies Strategic Leadership in Healthcare Organizations Managing Legal Issues in Healthcare JD + MS in Healthcare Leadership (Dual Degree)

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MS in Information and Communications Technology

Database Design and Administration Geographic Information Systems Information Systems Security Mobile Application Development Project Management Software Design and Programming Technology Management Telecommunications Technology Web Design and Development

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MS in Leadership and Organizations

Human Capital in Organizations Organizational Development Philanthropic Leadership Project Management Strategic Innovation and Change

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MS in Security Management

Emergency Planning and Response Information Security Organizational Security

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HR Employment Relations HR Management and Development HR Operations Learning and Development

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MS in Strategic Human Resources

CUSTOM DESIGN YOUR DEGREE USING THE DEGREE BUILDER TOOL ONLINE AT UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE.DU.EDU

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GRADUATE PROGRAM OPTIONS ADD NEW SKILLS WITH A GRADUATE CERTIFICATE OR EARN A DEGREE

MASTER’S DEGREES At University College, our

master’s degrees require 12 courses (48 credits) and can be completed within two years. See the elements of the degree below: CORE COURSES - 5 COURSES (20 CREDITS) These courses help you understand the scope of activity, historical development, future direction and trends, and typical types and roles of organizations that operate within a career field. A research course and a culminating capstone course (either a project, seminar, or portfolio class) will round out your graduate experience. CONCENTRATION COURSES - 4 COURSES (16 CREDITS) These courses allow you to focus on a specific professional area within the larger industry sector in which you currently work or wish to work and master the skills needed to excel in that area. You will choose a concentration area from a degree program. ELECTIVE COURSES - 3 COURSES (12 CREDITS) Elective courses allow you to customize your degree and develop a broader perspective within or outside of your industry. To see a full course list of electives, visit www. universitycollege.du.edu.

6-COURSE CERTIFICATES

The graduate Certificate of Advanced Study allows you to focus on specific subject areas and enhance or add a skillset. Six-course certificates require completion of 24 credits and typically take one year to complete—this includes four required concentration courses and then two elective courses. Certificate credits earned may be applied to a master’s degree in the same concentration.

NON-DEGREE

OPTION Missed an application deadline or want to try a course before you apply? No problem. Start at University College as a non-degree student and take up to three courses before you formally apply. We know how important it is to get started when you’re ready. All non-degree courses will count toward your master’s degree if you choose to pursue it and courses may also apply to your graduate certificate. MODALITIES

On campus courses meet once a week in the evenings, typically from 6:00 to 9:00. Online courses can be accessed anytime, anywhere and feature multimedia, discussion boards, chats, and more. Hybrid courses meet 50% online and 50% on campus. Hyflex courses give you the option to either meet online or on campus at a specific time.

5 CORE COURSES 4 CONCENTRATION COURSES 3 ELECTIVE COURSES FINISH QUICKLY By taking two classes per quarter for six consecutive quarters, you can complete your master’s degree

in about 18 months. You can also take up to five years to finish your degree if you prefer. Start in any quarter! See the sample degree paths below for examples of completion. YEAR TWO

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MA IN COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT

HYBRID This program is designed and delivered for early to mid-career communication professionals seeking to enhance and cultivate their interpersonal, organizational, and managerial communication abilities. You’ll develop sound strategies, choose appropriate tactics, implement communication plans, and evaluate success in specialized areas. The program challenges and enhances critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making capacities through real-world application of course materials. You’ll learn to navigate internal and external communication challenges by blending traditional and digital communication methods. Then you will learn to apply these methods to influence constituents, implement organizational change, manage crises, and cultivate a reputation for creative leadership.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

Alternative Dispute Resolution Learning and Development Marketing Communication Organizational Communication Organizational Development Public Relations

Communication Management program graduates hold titles such as Marketing Director, Communications Specialist, Account Director, Creative Director, Facilitator, Coach, Account Executive, Marketing Strategist, Communications Manager, eCommerce Manager, Consultant, and Instruction Specialist.

Core Courses Communication in Professions and Organizations Applied Critical Thinking in Communication Communication and Society: Theories and Applications Graduate Social Research Methods Portfolio Capstone

Graduates work for companies or organizations such as Charles Schwab, Northwestern Mutual, Webroot, Location3 Media, Western Union, and Vail Resorts.

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

CORE COURSES

5 CONCENTRATION COURSES

4 4 2 3ELECTIVE COURSES 2 3

Concentration Courses Alternative Dispute Resolution Effective Facilitation and Presentation Conflict Theory Negotiation Principles and Practice Mediation Principles and Practice OR Forty Hour Mediation

Organizational Communication Effective Facilitation and Presentation Communicating Effectively in Groups and Teams Persuasion Methods & Techniques Communication for Change Management OR Leading Change for Transformation

Learning and Development Effective Facilitation and Presentation Instructional Design and Technology Adult Learning Strategies Evaluating Learning and Development Effectiveness

Organizational Development Fundamentals of Organizational Development Organizational Culture and Organizational Development Impacts Team Interventions Evaluate and Sustain Change

Marketing Communication Marketing Strategy and Process Branding & Market Positioning Digital Marketing Communication Web Analytics

Public Relations Public Relations Principles and Process Public Relations Writing and Tactics Dimensions of Reputation Management Public Relations Research and Measurement

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MLS IN ARTS AND CULTURE

ON CAMPUS HYBRID

Whether your aim is to become a better wordsmith or make a move to arts management, the Arts and Culture program prepares you to develop, create, and promote arts and culture in our society. As the arts and culture industry continues to thrive and lift local economics, it’s essential to gain the skills needed to effectively make an impact in the field. Gain skills in arts administration, management, and promotion, or choose to learn about the writing and publishing process. Learn an historical context for the arts and address the current state of arts and culture in our society, as well as trends within the arts so you can meet the demands of the creative industries. Current and aspiring arts professionals alike will benefit from the in-depth and relevant entrepreneurial knowledge provided in this program.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

Art, Literature, and Culture Arts Development and Program Management Creative Writing

Arts and Culture program graduates hold titles such as Copy Editor, Communication Manager, Proofreader, Freelance Author, Teacher, Poet, Consultant, and Library Director. Alumni work for companies or organizations such as Employment Publishing Inc., St. Petersburg College, The Boeing Company, Aurora Public Schools, Denver County School District, City of Pasadena, CIG Media Group, LDS Family Services, CH2M Hill, and Michelman & Robinson.

Core Courses History, Context, and Trends Best Practices and Practical Skills Cultural Participation and Program Planning Research Capstone Project or Seminar

Core Courses (Creative Writing)

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

CORE COURSES

5 CONCENTRATION COURSES

4

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ELECTIVE COURSES

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The Writing Life Literary Genres for Writers The Writers Workshop Research Capstone Project, Seminar, or Portfolio

Concentration Courses Art, Literature, and Culture World Visual and Performance Emerging Trends in Art Literature to Film World Literature Arts Development and Program Management Funding the Arts and Program Development Event Planning Marketing the Arts, Audience Development and Retention Arts & Culture Entrepreneurism

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Creative Writing Writing for the Stage: Fundamentals of Writing Drama Writing Nonfiction Fiction Fundamentals Poetry: The Voice Within


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GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN GIS

HYBRID HYFLEX

Offered jointly by DU’s Department of Geography and the Environment and University College, the Master of Science in Geographic Information Sciences degree (MSGISc) prepares you to apply cutting-edge GIS technology skills to solve real-world problems. Master’s students typically start at University College, where you earn a graduate certificate before seeking admission to the Department of Geography and the Environment where you will finish your master’s degree. You will receive applied instruction from professional practitioners as you learn to plan, implement, and execute a Geographic Information Systems project through remote sensing, internet mapping, or digital image processing. Gain a contextual background of GIS, management skills, and the technical knowledge needed to thrive in this dynamic field.

Choose a Certificate:

Career Options

Geographic Information Systems

GIS graduates hold job titles such as Software Engineer, GIS Analyst, Engineer III, Analyst, Research Coordinator, and Systems Security Engineer. Alumni are employed at companies and organizations including Raytheon, Visa, Flight Safety Corp., General Dynamics, Pass Time, Clayton Holdings, Jones International, and the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command.

Concentration Courses

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

Introduction to GIS Cartographic Design

CORE COURSES

Elective Courses Elective Courses ArcObjects GIS Python Programming Geographic Statistics GEOINT GIS in Business GIS in Telecommunications Crime Mapping and Analysis Conservation GIS GIS in Public Health Geodatabase Application Public Domain Data for GIS Demographic Analysis Using GIS GIS and the Law Environmental Applications GIS and Natural Hazards

C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

CONCENTRATION COURSES

2 Hydrologic Modeling in GIS GPS for GIS Remote Sensing Special Topics in GIS Digital Image Processing UAVs and GIS UAS Photogrammetry Internet Mapping GIS Internship GIS Independent Study

ELECTIVE COURSES

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MS IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY & MANAGEMENT

HYBRID

As the environmental field continues to grow and develop in emerging areas, industry professionals are tasked with crafting sound environmental practices, applying practical knowledge, and crafting ethical management philosophies to better meet the needs of the environmental industry. In this program, you will expand or acquire knowledge in natural resources, analytics, health and safety, renewable energies, and policy and management as each relates to the environment. You will develop a strategic approach while learning the fundamental interconnections among the environment, technology, markets, law, and policy. Be equipped to solve the environmental challenges in our local and global communities through innovative thinking, analysis, and indepth knowledge of environmental policy and management.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

Energy and Sustainability Environmental Analytics and Reporting Environmental Management Environmental Policy Environmental, Health and Safety Natural Resource Management

Environmental Policy and Management alumni hold job titles such as Safety Director, Environmental Education Coordinator, Watershed Coordinator, Sustainability Manager, Senior Environmental Scientist, Environmental Protection Specialist, Natural Resource Manager, Forester, and Environmental Compliance Manager. Alumni work in companies and organizations such as Proctor and Gamble, Kinder Morgan, US Forest Service, Colorado Conservation Trust, US Army Corps of Engineers, and NASA.

Core Courses

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

Environmental Finance and Economics Environmental Protection Law Environmental Foundations and Principles OR Introduction to Ecology OR Environmental Project Management Research Practices and Applications Capstone Project or Seminar

CORE COURSES

5 CONCENTRATION COURSES

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ELECTIVE COURSES

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Concentration Courses Energy and Sustainability Integrated Environmental Systems Energy Fundamentals Sustainability: Policy & Practice Sustainable Transportation

Environmental Policy Global Environmental Law & Policy Sustainability: Policy & Practice Environmental Policy Analysis Environmental Values & Ethics

Environmental Analytics and Reporting Analytics I Analytics II Environmental Reporting Standards and Models Environmental Analysis and Reporting Project

Environmental, Health and Safety RCRA Permitting and Compliance Environmental Health & Safety OSHA Law Workplace Safety Management

Environmental Management NEPA RCRA Permitting and Compliance ISO 14001 Standards Leadership for Environmental Managers

Natural Resource Management Impacts of Recreational Use Introduction to Natural Resource Management Endangered Species & Wildlife Environmental Policy Analysis

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MS IN HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP

As healthcare rapidly evolves and the demands of the industry shift daily, healthcare leaders must be more strategic and visionary than ever before. Be prepared to compete in a value-driven system as you learn collaborative and integrative techniques that drive high-quality, cost-effective healthcare. As you evaluate the realities and limitations of healthcare systems and learn how to transform these dynamic environments (through leadership, policy changes, technology, a global perspective, or the law), you will gain insight to values-centered leadership models. Applying your knowledge to real-world scenarios through a practice-based curriculum, you will be uniquely qualified to assume strategic leadership roles within the broad field of healthcare.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

Global Health Program Management Health Data Informatics and Analytics Healthcare Policy and Regulatory Leadership Managing Legal Issues in Healthcare Medical and Healthcare Information Technologies Strategic Leadership in Healthcare Organizations JD + MS in Healthcare Leadership (Dual Degree)

Graduates from the Healthcare Leadership program have titles such as Healthcare Policy Analyst, Executive Director, Administrative Fellow, Medical Strategist, Clinic Manager, Physician Leader, Health Program Manager, Advocate, and Practice Manager. Alumni work at organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, Centura, the Colorado Hospital Association, Denver Health, Johns Hopkins, Tizetto Group, Hospital Corporation of America, the Office of the Governor of Colorado, and various hospitals.

Core Courses Healthcare Systems and Regulatory Environments HC Communication and Leadership Ethical Considerations in Healthcare Research Capstone Project or Seminar

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

CORE COURSES

5 CONCENTRATION COURSES

4

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ELECTIVE COURSES

Concentration Courses Global Health Program Management Comparative Healthcare Systems Operational Challenges in Global Health Management Legal and Employment Issues in Global Health Management Global Health NGO Management OR Regulatory Compliance in Global Health Management Health Data Informatics and Analytics* Healthcare Data and Delivery Healthcare Ethics and Biostatistics Healthcare Methods and Programming Healthcare Data Mining and Integration Healthcare Database Applications Healthcare Project Management Healthcare Policy and Regulatory Leadership Comparative Healthcare Systems Quality Improvement for HC Leaders Healthcare Public Policy and the Legislative Process Implementation and Evaluation of Healthcare Public Policy

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Managing Legal Issues in Healthcare Healthcare Macroeconomics Legal Issues: Providers and Facilities Legal Issues: Research, Development and Entrepreneurism Legal Issues: Healthcare Delivery and Payment Systems Medical and Healthcare Information Technologies* Fundamentals of HC Information Systems Electronic Health Records Systems Telehealth Healthcare Information Technology Applications Information Systems Security in Healthcare Strategic Leadership in Healthcare Organizations Healthcare Macroeconomics Management Principles in Healthcare Systems Healthcare: Innovative Strategies and Change Management Organizational Behavior in Healthcare *Program structure may vary, contact your advisor for details.

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MLS IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS

HYBRID Gain an advanced understanding of how to work across cultures effectively, recognize global structures to make intelligent business decisions, and leverage the context of history and culture to better meet the needs of an organization, client, or business partner. Whether studying to understand the world at large in the context of history and culture or international business, or earning credentials in translation studies, you will gain the communication tools and contextual background necessary to succeed in politics, business, international relief, professional translation, and beyond. By learning to address both contemporary and future challenges, you will become a strategic leader on the global stage as you interact with organizations and individuals to achieve your objectives.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

Global Health Program Management Global Issues Translation Studies World History and Culture

Global Affairs program graduates may hold potential job titles such as Foreign Service Officer, Historian, Political Advisor, Archivist, International Relations Specialist, Teacher, Communications Officer, Non-Profit Director, Journalist, Translator, Diplomat, or Public Affairs Director.

Core Courses Global Players, Structures, and Trends Cultural Positioning and Assessment Issues in Working Internationally Research Capstone Project or Seminar

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

CORE COURSES

5 CONCENTRATION COURSES

4

4

ELECTIVE COURSES

Core (Translation Studies) CoreCourses Courses (Translation Studies)

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Foundations of Translation Foundations of Interpretation The Languages Services Business for Translators and Interpreters Research Capstone Project or Seminar

Concentration Courses Courses Concentration Global Health Program Management Comparative Healthcare Systems Operational Challenges in Global Health Management Legal and Employment Issues in Global Health Management Global Health NGO Management OR Regulatory Compliance in Global Health Management Global Issues Hunger, Food, and Health Sustainable Development Terrorism and War in the 21st Century Human Rights and the Role of Women

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Translation Studies (English/Spanish) Written & Sight Translation for Translators & Interpreters Computer Aided Translation (CAT) Practicum for Translators or Interpreters Introduction to Terminology for Translators & Interpreters World History and Culture Globalization and Human Geography World Religious Traditions Competition and Conflict Community and Cooperation


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MS IN LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONS

HYBRID Develop collaborative leadership skills and learn to add value to any organization as you integrate strategy, innovation, and the emerging practices that inspire individuals. You’ll learn how to effectively manage change within dynamic environments, assess risk, handle crisis, and promote philanthropy across a variety of sectors. Aspiring and current leaders will benefit from the research, project-based learning, and cooperative study provided by the program, as you learn to cultivate and sustain organizational learning, guide the vision and mission of organizations, support the public good, and make the choice of ethical leadership. Whether forming partnerships with employees, donors, or industries, you’ll develop the skills that help deliver organizational excellence.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

Human Capital in Organizations Organizational Development Philanthropic Leadership Project Management Strategic Innovation and Change

Graduates of the Leadership and Organizations program have job titles that include Chief Sales Officer, Advisory Project Manager, Branch Manager, Professional Sales Representative, Director of HR, Independent Consultant, Vice President, Director of Communications, Human Resources Associate, and Director of Development. Alumni work for companies or organizations such as Halliburton, Johnson & Johnson, Home State Bank, Info Solutions Company, PMSI, and independent small businesses.

• Ranked #5 in the Leadership 500 Awards sponsored by HR.com and LEAD 2016.

Core Courses Leadership Development Building the 21st Century Organization Principles of Financing for Organizations Research Capstone Project or Seminar

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

CORE COURSES

5 CONCENTRATION COURSES

4

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ELECTIVE COURSES

Concentration Courses

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Human Capital in Organizations Integrating Personal and Organizational Success Developing Human Capital in Organizations Values Driven Decision Making Strategic Organizational Partnerships

Project Management Principles of Project Management Project Contracts & Procurement Project Management Tools & Techniques Project Management Dynamics

Organizational Development Fundamentals of Organizational Development Organizational Culture and Organizational Development Impacts Team Interventions Evaluate and Sustain Change

Strategic Innovation and Change Leading Strategic Planning in Organizations Principles of Environmental Scanning Leading Change for Transformation Leading a Culture of Organizational Innovation

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Philanthropic Leadership Philanthropy Roles and Practices Cultivating and Sustaining Donor Relations Principles of Finance for Fundraising Principles of Strategic Fundraising

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MS IN INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

ON CAMPUS HYBRID HYFLEX

We go beyond traditional technology skills and teach the integrated skills needed to bridge the gap between business requirements and technical solutions. Real world problem-based instruction prepares you to take on current IT challenges and develop state-of-the-art solutions that are both practical, strategic, and visionary. You will encounter applied content, using a combination of technical knowledge and business insights to tackle real-world IT challenges. You will learn from instructors and peers who work in the field to master the technologies of today, anticipate emerging trends, and develop the broad knowledge that will serve you well into the future.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

Database Design and Administration Geographic Information Systems Information Systems Security Mobile Application Development Project Management Software Design and Programming Technology Management Telecommunications Technology Web Design and Development

Information and Communications Technology graduates hold job titles such as Database Administrator, Data Architect, Software Engineer, Web Developer, Security Architect, Systems Administrator, Project Manager, Software Engineer, Web Developer, Network Engineer, Network Architect, Lead IT Analyst, and Data Engineer. Alumni work in companies and organizations such as Google, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, IBM, Cisco Systems, the US Air Force, the Department of Defense, Chevron, Paypal, Verizon, Pratt & Whitney, CenturyLink, and Time Warner.

• Ranked a top 50 program on the Best Online Graduate Information Technology Programs list by U.S. News & World Report. • Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) Accreditation. • National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education. • University College is a Registered Education Provider with the Project Management Institute.

Core Courses

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

ICT Business Foundations ICT Technical Foundations Enterprise Architecture Capstone Project or Seminar

CORE COURSES

4 CONCENTRATION COURSES

4

Concentration Courses Database Design and Admin. Web Enabled Information Systems Database Administration Database Design & Programming Data Warehousing Design Geographic Information Systems ArcObjects Python Programming GIS in Telecommunications Geodatabase Application Digital Image Processing Internet Mapping Introduction to GIS Remote Sensing Information Systems Security Web Enabled Information Systems IS Security Principles Computer and Physical Security Network Security with Lab

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C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

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ELECTIVE COURSES

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Mobile App. Development Advanced Website Design and Mgmt Native Application Development Mobile Application Development Usability Design For Websites Introduction to the Flash Platform Web Development with PHP Web Scripting with JavaScript

Technology Management Managing Technology For Strategic Value Business Forecasting and Planning Technology and Innovation Management Principles of Project Management

Project Management Principles of Project Management Project Contracts & Procurement Project Management Tools & Techniques Project Management Dynamics

Telecommunications Technology Network Communications & the Internet Broadband Wireless Networks Next Generation Wireless Networks Network Security with Lab

Software Design and Programming Web Enabled Information Systems Object-Oriented Methods Client-Server Applications Object-Oriented Programming

Web Design and Development Web Enabled Information Systems Website Design and Management Advanced Website Design and Mgmt Usability Design For Websites


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MS IN STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCES

HYBRID

Human resource professionals are at the forefront of driving value for their organization and influencing overall performance by leveraging an organization’s most important asset: people. This program focuses on how to think strategically about managing an organization’s human assets, and developing essential skills and techniques for implementing HR programs and policies to achieve competitive advantage. The rigor of our HR degree provides a strong background in human resource processes, theory, and practice that adds value to your career today and into the future. You’ll explore the functions of HR that keep organizations vital such as talent acquisition, performance analysis, training, employee relations, and compensation.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

HR Employment Relations HR Management and Development HR Operations Learning and Development

Strategic Human Resources alumni hold job titles such as Employment Coordinator, HR Executive, Department Administrator, Corporation Recruiter, HR Generalist, HR Director, and Area HR Manager. Alumni work for companies and organizations such as Favorite Healthcare Staffing, Proctor & Gamble, Western Union, State Farm Insurance Company, USGS, Broadmoor Hotel, ICF National Bank, Dish Network, and Sears Holdings Corporation.

• University College is an Approved Provider with the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).

Core Courses

MASTER’S 12 COURSES

Finance for HR Professionals Principles and Practice of Human Resources Human Resources Across Organizations Research Capstone Project or Seminar

CORE COURSES

5 CONCENTRATION COURSES

4

4

ELECTIVE COURSES

Concentration Courses HR Employment Relations Human Relations in Organizations Employee Compensation Employment Total Benefits Employment Law

C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

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Learning and Development Effective Facilitation and Presentation Instructional Design and Technology Instructional Strategies for Adult Learners Evaluating Learning and Development Effectiveness

HR Management and Development Consulting and HR Applications Organizational Leadership, Team Effectiveness, and Communications Organizational Lifecycles and HR Implications HR Change Management HR Operations HR Technology Solutions HR Competencies and Talent Management HR Analytics and Research Evaluating the Value and Impact of HR Interventions

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MS IN SECURITY MANAGEMENT

Security management professionals are in high demand and this program prepares you to meet this demand. You will gain the skills needed to protect organizations, employees, customers, physical assets, and intellectual property—all while maintaining the continuity of operations. The program curriculum is based on recommendations from ASIS International, allowing for the most up-to-date and relevant course content led by industry professionals working in the field. Learn to examine security threats, assess risk, and provide security solutions through case studies, research, and dynamic discussions among peers and instructors. You will gain insight to managing security, emergencies, and risk to be better prepared to take on complex security challenges.

Choose a Concentration or Certificate:

Career Options

Emergency Planning and Response Information Security Organizational Security

Alumni who graduated from the Security Management program have job titles such as Software Engineer, Senior Manager, Correctional Systems Officer, Supervisory Special Agent, and Investigator II. Alumni work at companies and organizations such as the Office of the Attorney General for Colorado, Lockheed Martin, Federal Bureau of Prisons, FBI, and Bristol Myers Squibb.

Core Core Courses Courses Security Concepts Overview Business Function of Security Business Assets Protection Research Practices and Applications Capstone Project or Seminar

Concentration Courses Courses Emergency Planning and Response Critical Incident Management Hazardous and Radiological Material Preparedness Mitigation for Emergency Managers Emergency Planning Information Security Integrated Security Systems IS: Threats in Security Legal and Ethical Issues in Security Management Human Factors in Security Organizational Security Risk Management Security Administration Emergency Planning Human Factors in Security

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MASTER’S 12 COURSES

C E R T I F I C AT E 6 COURSES

CORE COURSES

5 CONCENTRATION COURSES

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ELECTIVE COURSES

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A team of specialists to answer your questions and assist in person, by phone, or via email.

Personal Academic Advisor

Dedicated academic advisors guide you through program requirements, policies, and opportunities.

Career Services

Counselors provide one-on-one career planning, networking events, and a database of job opportunities.

Veteran Services

Your primary point of contact for any military- or veteran-related issues or questions.

Writing Center

Individual academic and professional writing support to help with formatting, grammar, spelling, and more.

Health & Counseling

On campus medical and counseling services, along with wellness and health promotion.

24/7 Technical Help

Troubleshooting and assistance with Canvas, the learning management system at the University of Denver.

Library Services

Live chat with librarians, access more than 114,000 online journals, and read e-books and course reserves.

Athletics Discount

Receive a discount to DU sporting events and to the Coors Fitness Center.

Contact our Student Support Center at 303-871-2291 | 800-347-2042 | ucolsupport@du.edu

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ALUMNI NETWORK

Your connection to the University of Denver doesn’t end once you graduate. Stay involved through University of Denver alumni groups and chapters across the U.S. including the University College Alumni Network—a network for life! Professional development opportunities, social events, and industryrelated webinars help keep you engaged and connected.

CAREER SERVICES

Whether changing careers entirely or advancing in your current job, take advantage of the University of Denver Career Services during and after your program. Career planning, consultations, and assessments are available for free as a student and at discounted rates as an alumna/us. You’ll be supported as you strive for personal and professional goals.

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62% OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ALUMNI LIVE IN COLORADO

7700+ TOTAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE ALUMNI WORLDWIDE

“It is rare these days to find a venue for like-minded adult professionals who share many of the same core values. Through my University of Denver network, I have collaborated with fellow students on professional projects outside of DU.” —Nick Moreno

When you impact your world with a University of Denver degree, you end up making an impact on our world. At University College, you’ll form connections with peers and faculty that last a lifetime.

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COSTS & APPLYING

FOUR START DATES PER YEAR HELPS YOU GET STARTED WHEN YOU’RE READY

APPLICATION DUE

SPRING 2017

SUMMER 2017

FALL 2017

WINTER 2018

FEBRUARY 10

APRIL 14

JULY 21

OCTOBER 27

MARCH 27

JUNE 12

SEPTEMBER 11

JANUARY 2

COURSES BEGIN

COSTS

NO GRE OR GMAT

2016/2017 Tuition Master’s Degree $30,144 Graduate Certificate $15,072

HOW TO APPLY

As a leader in adult education, University College at the University of Denver strives to expand opportunities for adult learners and we are committed to making a highly regarded accredited degree possible and affordable.

Fees $4 per credit hour for each class taken for credit

University College does not require GRE or GMAT scores because we believe testing doesn’t predict success. As a working professional, your experience speaks volumes and our other admission criteria paints a better picture of your potential. We offer rolling admission and start dates through the year. Submit the following materials for consideration:

Certificate Application $50

• Application Form • Application Fee • Official Transcripts • Approved Academic Plan • Personal Statement (master’s only) • Resume (master’s only) • Two References (master’s only)

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can be a challenge, so University College is here to guide you through the process. Get the most out of your DU experience by taking advantage of financial aid options. We have a Student Financial Advisor available to help and the DU Financial Aid Office has specific information for graduate aid. After you apply for admission, complete the Free Application for Federal Aid (FAFSA). DU degree programs are approved by the Colorado State Approving Agency. A veteran planning to enroll in University College should first determine benefit entitlement and eligibility by calling 1-888-GIBILL1. Students who are entitled to VA benefits can call the Veteran Services Coordinator at 303-871-2074 or visit www.du.edu/veterans.

Students can begin taking courses in any given quarter even if they have missed the application deadline for that quarter. We allow our students to take up to three classes before they have to submit their completed application. We know how important it is to get started when you’re ready. Ask about starting as a non-degree student. International students have additional admission requirements, including: proof of English proficiency, official translated copies of transcripts (if needed), a photocopy of your current passport, SEVIS supplement, and a financial verification form. Application deadlines for international students may also vary, please see www.universitycollege.du.edu for specific deadlines.

ADMISSION CRITERIA

A regionally accredited baccalaureate degree is required for admission. Applicants must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) in their undergraduate work from a regionally accredited degree-granting institution for full admission.

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OTHER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FROM BACHELOR’S COMPLETION TO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

NON-CREDIT LIFELONG LEARNING

BACHELOR’S COMPLETION The Bachelor of Arts Completion Program is designed for busy adults who have completed at least one year of undergraduate credit and want to finish their degree. The program and classes are smaller by design so that you’re sure to have engaging experiences and develop the transferable skills and perspectives that truly add lasting value to your career and life—skills you can use immediately. Explore a major below and get started at www.universitycollege.du.edu/bachelors.

THE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM The Enrichment Program connects the intellectually curious adult to DU’s outstanding faculty, facilities and programming, and Denver’s rich cultural community through non-credit classes. With adult education offered through short courses, lectures, seminars, weekend intensives, and evening classes, you can explore a wide range of subjects: from history and contemporary issues to science, literature and the arts—without the pressures of exams, grades, or admission requirements. Discover or renew a passion at www. universitycollege.du.edu/enrichment.

• Communication Arts • Environmental Studies • Global Commerce and Transportation • Global Studies • Information Technology • Leadership and Organization Studies MS IN TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT The Transportation Institute at the University of Denver (DTI) offers an executive Master of Science in Transportation Management designed to develop the next generation of leaders in the global transportation industry. Advance your transportation career at www.du.edu/transportation.

FOCUS FORWARD PROGRAM Designed for professionals ages 50+ who are seeking career mobility and change or planning a post-career transition into retirement, Focus Forward helps you map out the future you desire. To explore your options, visit www.universitycollege. du.edu/focusforward. THE OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Denver is an adult learning membership program designed for men and women ages 50 and “better” who wish to pursue lifelong learning in a relaxed non-competitive atmosphere. Join this dynamic community of learners at www.universitycollege.du.edu/olli.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THE CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Looking for professional development opportunities, but not ready to take on a certificate or master’s degree? Explore your options at the Center for Professional Development—an innovative collaboration between DU’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology, Morgridge College of Education, Graduate School of Social Work, and University College. Advance your education, your business, and your career with short-courses designed for you. See the course schedule at www.du.edu/professional.

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