What Are Some Programs Offered at Metropolitan State University of Denver?

As of 2015, Metropolitan State University of Denver, located in Denver, Colorado, has bachelor degrees encompassing 58 majors, three masters degrees and 28 certificate programs. An individualized degree program grants students additional flexibility in determining their academic focus. The school also offers a limited number of online courses.

Metropolitan State University of Denver is comprised of four main academic divisions: the College of Business; the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences; the College of Professional Studies; and the School of Education Within the College of Business, students can major in accounting, computer information systems, economics, finance management and marketing. The College of Letters, Arts and Sciences awards degrees in childhood communication, environmental science and philosophy.

In addition to its regular academic offerings, Metropolitan State University of Denver has also developed several special programs. The Internship Program works to help students find internship positions that correspond to their academic focus. The First Year Success program facilitates new students' entries into the school's academic and social life through co-curricular activities, peer support and networking with other students. The Family Literacy Program educates disadvantaged families in basic life skills.

There are also a limited number of outreach programs at the school, including a study abroad program for qualifying undergraduates, the Alternative Licensure Program and the Hispanic Leadership Development Program.