The Graduate School at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus (CU Anschutz) oversees, facilitates, and enhances graduate education, while encouraging excellence in research, creative and scholarly work. We offer master’s degrees, doctoral degrees, graduate certificates, and non-degree options in a wide variety of programs. Disciplines include Basic and Biomedical Science, Nursing, Pharmaceutical Science, Public Health, Clinical Science, Biotechnology, Anatomy, Genetic Counseling, and Palliative Care.
CU Anschutz is the largest academic health center in the Rocky Mountain region. The campus combines interdisciplinary teaching, research and clinical facilities to prepare the region’s future health care professionals and be a national leader in life sciences research.
The Graduate School administers and serves Master's programs, Doctoral programs, Certificates, and non-degree courses throughout all six schools and colleges across CU Anschutz. We offer resources and support for prospective graduate students, current graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty. We welcome you to contact us!
A Graduate Degree is an Investment in the Future
The pursuit of a graduate degree is a commitment to personal development and contributes to the foundation for future success. Our students graduate with skills they’ll use in exciting and challenging professions that expand the frontiers of science, healthcare, technology, commerce, and education for our society as a whole. Our faculty are teacher-scholars who consciously blur the boundaries between research and teaching. They incorporate their freshest, highest quality work in the classroom and through direct hands-on training.
World-Class Education, Research, and Patient Care
CU Anschutz is is the largest academic health center in the Rocky Mountain region. The campus includes the University of Colorado health professional schools, multiple centers and institutes, and two nationally ranked teaching hospitals that treat 1.7 million patients each year. All interconnected, these organizations collaboratively improve the quality of patient care they deliver, research they conduct, and health professionals they train.