Two colleges on the Denver Campus offer health-related programs for undergraduate students seeking careers in the health sciences. Admission to the Denver Campus, however, does not assure admission to any professional health career program. Admission to those programs is a separate, competitive process open to qualified applicants from any accredited college or university.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Advisor: Charles Ferguson
Advisor: Denise Leberer
Advisor: Kent Nofsinger
Advisor: Trishia Vasquez
Health Career Advisors on the Denver Campus assist in planning a course of study designed to improve a student’s chance of success in a health career by sharing information about career paths in the health professions, work role and environment, related careers and relevant professional development or graduate school programs. We can provide insight into career options and professional opportunities to improve your chances of success in the health career of your choice, including: dentistry and dental hygiene, medicine, medical technology, nursing, optometry, osteopathy, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, podiatry or veterinary medicine. A comprehensive list of health career options and additional information to help you mold your academic experience to your specific goals is available on the health careers website.
The BA/BS-MD degree program at the University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver) | Anschutz Medical Campus aims to promote diversity and to better serve the health care needs of the state of Colorado by assembling 10 outstanding students from broadly diverse backgrounds who are committed to serving the health care needs of Colorado. The program is a cooperative program between the University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Being accepted into the program enables students to earn a reserved seat in the University of Colorado School of Medicine provided he or she meets a specific set of academic and non-academic requirements.
Admission of students will be conducted through a holistic review to select academically qualified individuals from a broad range of backgrounds who show a strong commitment to a career in medicine and to serving the people of Colorado.
For more information, visit http://babsmd.ucdenver.edu or contact Mrs. Trishia Vasquez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
College of Engineering and Applied Science
Contact: Engineering Student Services, 303-556-4768
Department of Bioengineering, 303-556-5840
The desirability of obtaining an engineering education prior to undertaking a study of medicine is increasing continually as medicine itself is evolving. A great deal of new equipment, most of it electronic, is being developed to assist the medical practitioner in treatment of patients. Bioengineering, computer science and engineering, communication system design and analysis, big data analysis, mechanical engineering and probability are highly applicable to medical problems. The College of Engineering and Applied Science offers students a pre-medicine option. Contact the Engineering Student Services Center or a specific department for more information.