The University of Denver (DU), the oldest self-governing university in the Rocky Mountain region, is the leading liberal arts university established in 1864. Besides its rich history, DU is recognized for its research and first-rate teaching.
All of the University bachelorís, masterís degrees, and Certificates of Advanced Study can be taken completely online. The system is interactive, lets students work collaboratively in active discussion boards and chat rooms, and encourages the swap of ideas and the development of a learning community. This interaction embraces broad communication with faculty members via the Internet, virtual teams, individual and group assignments, online projects, and online papers and connects students to professionals from all over the world.
University of Denver has great faculty members, all with sophisticated degrees, who are practicing experts in the fields in which they educate. At any time there are 20 to 30 faculty members teaching online.
To apply for admission to, students must fill out an application and a degree plan. Registration is accessible on the Universityís Web site.
Entrance exams are not obligatory. Students who are applying for admission to the masterís degree programs must have a bachelorís degree from a regionally accredited school and a minimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA. Besides, applicants must submit an essay, a career objective statement, and letters of recommendation.
A number of financial assistance programs are offered to assist students. The University of Denverís Office of Student Financial Services handles all financial assistance applications.
University of Denver is committed to providing entire student services online. This embraces admissions, registration, student counseling, online resources through the library, access to the bookstore, and a personalized career advisor. There is an absolute support team for technical matters as well as student support and training.