The College of Architecture and Planning at CU Denver offers the following degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Master of Architecture (4-studio and 6-studio tracks), Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Master of Landscape Architecture,
Master of Urban Design, Master of Science in Historic Preservation, and PhD in Geography, Planning, and Design. We also offer minor and certificate programs within these fields of study and have dual degree paths to help you complete two degrees in a
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
Master of Science in Historic Preservation
Master of Urban & Regional Planning
PhD in Geography, Planning, & Design
International Student Admissions
CU Denver International Admissions evaluates international academic credentials for international graduate applicants, as well as US citizens, permanent residents, and other applicants who have studies outside the United States before studying at CU Denver. International Admissions also manages the English language proficiency policy for international graduate applicants.
The College of Architecture and Planning offers minors in landscape architecture and interior design. Undergraduate students do not need to apply for admission for a minor. If you are interested in pursuing a minor, contact your advisor to discuss eligibility and requirements for completion.
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