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A Career-Driven Focus

Highly flexible and affordable, a University of Denver education through University College provides career-focused content that can be immediately applied on the job.

A curriculum designed to help you get ahead

Our students work at top organizations throughout the country, which makes our classes laboratories to discuss and share best practices, generate ideas, and learn from each other. At University College, what you learn in class can be immediately applied at work the next day.


of students have full-time jobs while they’re enrolled


online or in evenings

Flexible to meet your needs

We understand you’re likely balancing several demands: a busy job, perhaps a family, and personal interests and pursuits. That’s why at University College, courses are offered 100% online. Complete coursework on a weekly basis without attending a scheduled class at a particular date or time.

All the ways you can learn at University College

Choose the delivery mode that best meets your needs. You can switch your format for each class, so you can stick with one delivery mode or try all four during your time at University College.

100% Online

With 24/7 access to course content, you can log on anytime from anywhere in the world.


Hybrid courses meet half online and half on campus, providing the flexibility you need to maintain a school-work-life balance.


Here’s your opportunity to come to campus or log on from home at specific class times—it’s up to you!

Evenings on Campus

Meet on campus one night per week from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

University College Learning Outcomes

Critical Thinking

Students analyze arguments and issues rationally, develop cohesive, logical reasoning patterns, understand assumptions and biases underlying particular positions, and identify weak or unsound arguments.

Creative Thinking

Students develop, invent, or organize novel, aesthetic, constructive ideas or products, stressing the intuitive aspects of thinking as much as the rational, and emphasizing the use of known information or material to generate new possibilities.


Students use appropriate models to choose a best response among several options after consideration of facts or ideas, possible alternatives, probable consequences, and social and personal values. They are able to evaluate the most effective response and justify their decision.

Effective Communication

Students write, speak, listen effectively in their personal, professional, and public interactions, within large, small, formal, informal, interpersonal, and public groups, and as individuals in a democratic and multicultural society.

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