Choose your adventure.
Whether you’ve already decided to join us or you’re just starting down the path to higher education, it’s always a good time to be thinking about your future. Pursue a lifelong fascination or discover new interests through any of our diverse schools and colleges.
If you don’t know what you want to study, don’t worry—more than a third of our incoming students haven’t declared a major. That means you have time to explore, from the arts and sciences to entrepreneurial pursuits and the ever-expanding digital world.
Create a personalized DU viewbook and explore how our academic offerings allow you to blaze a trail all your own. If you’re ready, we’re here to join you on the path.
Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science
Home to our new $80 million STEM program, the Ritchie School also offers degree courses in rising fields like Game Development and Applied Computing.
Daniels College of Business
Offering degrees in a variety of business administration fields, Daniels is one of the highest-ranked business schools in the nation. It’s the perfect place to position yourself for success and ignite your entrepreneurial spirit.
Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
The home for our programs in the biological, chemical and physical sciences, NSM also supports an array of research opportunities for undergraduate students.
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Our largest academic division, CAHSS is the home for our programs in the arts, languages and psychology, among many others. It also includes our unique Emergent Digital Practices program, which merges artistic creation with innovative digital structures.
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Home to our renowned programs in global politics, economics and more, Korbel is a great place to broaden your mind and explore global ideas. It’s the first stop on the path to a life of discovery.
Morgridge College of Education
If you’re passionate about learning and sharing that love of academia with others, Morgridge is a great place to start. By pairing a bachelor’s degree with a teaching licensure or a dual degree masters program, you’ll be well-equipped to start a career in the academic world.