Colorado Graduate Schools
Colorado graduate schools awarded over 673 graduate degrees from 23 colleges in 2008-2009. Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Greeley and Pueblo have the greatest number of graduate schools in Colorado. Popular graduate degree programs include Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), Doctor of Medicine (MD),
Masters in Nursing (MSN) and Masters in Public Health (MPH).
There are 12 business schools in Colorado that offer MBA programs.
There are many types of MBA degrees including an MBA in Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurial Management, Finance, Marketing,
Operations and Technology Management. In addition to traditional Colorado business schools, students may now access
graduate programs online. This is particularly important for students who do not have access to a program locally.
Other graduate degree programs in Colorado include: business and management, computer science and engineering, design, education and teaching, engineering, family and social work, hospitality, medical administration, medicine, nursing and emergency medicine, security and law enforcement and therapy and counseling.