Locations: Denver, CO
Degrees: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorates
Programs: Medicine, Engineering, Public Health, Architecture, Media Arts (e.g., Film, Recording Arts, Music Business, 3D Graphics) and many more (over 130 programs total)
Tuition Range: Varies
Located in downtown Denver, the University of Colorado Denver has an enrollment of nearly 30,000 students and offers over 130 degree programs in a broad range of subjects, ranging from Medicine to Engineering to Public Health. Of particular note is the College of Art and Media (CAM), which offers an extensive array of bachelor’s and master’s programs in media-related arts. Among the degree programs and emphases available: Recording Arts, Music Business, Music Industry Studies, Film and Theater Production, Film/Television, Screenwriting/Directing, 3D Graphics/Digital Animation, Photography, Transmedia and Digital Design.
UC-Denver is a conventional public university requiring an average of four years to complete a bachelor’s degree. Tuition is assessed by credit-hour, with significant discounts given to Colorado residents. On average, a full-time student with a 15-hour course load should expect to pay around $4500 per semester (for residents) and around $10,000 per semester for non-residents. Cost per credit hour is slightly higher for graduate students.
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