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University of Denver: Distance Learning Programs


Denver, Colorado
University College

University of Denver was founded in 1864. It is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. It first offered distance learning courses in 1996. In fall 2004, there were 375 students enrolled in distance learning courses. Institutionally administered financial aid is available to distance learners.

Services Distance learners have accessibility to academic advising, bookstore, campus computer network, career placement assistance, e-mail services, library services.

Contact Mr. Mark Guthrie, Director of Enrollment and Advising, University of Denver, 2211 South Josephine, Denver, CO 80208. Telephone: 303-871-7582. Fax: 303-871-3070. E-mail: [email protected]


Certificate Alternative Dispute Resolution–Certificate of Advanced Study; Computer Information Systems–Certificate of Advanced Study; Creative Writing–Certificate of Advanced Study; Database Administration–Certificate of Advanced Study; Distributed Object-Oriented Analysis and Design–Certificate of Advanced Study; Electronic Commerce–Certificate of Advanced Study; Environmental Information Management–Certificate of Advanced Study; Environmental Management–Certificate of Advanced Study; Environmental Policy–Certificate of Advanced Study; Environmental Project Management–Certificate of Advanced Study; Environmental, Health, and Safety Management–Certificate of Advanced Study; Geographic Information Systems–Certificate of Advanced Study; Global Humanities–Certificate of Advanced Study; Human Resource Administration–Certificate of Advanced Study; Information Systems Security–Certificate of Advanced Study; Leadership–Certificate of Advanced Study; Natural Resource Management–Certificate of Advanced Study; Project Management–Certificate of Advanced Study; Public Relations and Marketing Communications–Certificate of Advanced Study; Technology Management–Certificate of Advanced Study; Telecommunications Management and Policy–Certificate of Advanced Study; Telecommunications Networks–Certificate of Advanced Study; Telecommunications Technology–Certificate of Advanced Study; Web Design and Development Technologies–Certificate of Advanced Study

MLS Liberal Studies–Master of Liberal Studies

MPS Applied Communication–Master of Professional Studies in Applied Communication; Human Resource Administration–Master of Professional Studies in Human Resource Administration; Organizational Leadership–Master of Professional Studies in Organizational Leadership; Organizational Security–Master of Professional Studies in Organizational Security

MS Computer Information Systems–Master of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems; Environmental Policy and Management–Master of Applied Science in Environmental Policy and Management; Knowledge and Information Technologies–Master of Applied Science in Knowledge and Information Technologies; Technology Management–Master of Applied Sciencein Technology Management; Telecommunications–Master of Applied Science in Telecommunications


Graduate— business administration, management and operations; communication and media; computer and information sciences; computer and information sciences and support services related; computer/information technology administration and management; computer systems networking and telecommunications; creative writing; liberal arts and sciences, general studies and humanities; linguistic, comparative, and related language studies; natural resources management and policy.

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