Our diverse array of health sciences programs foster collaboration and interdisciplinary study, graduating students with the skills needed to thrive – and lead – in their chosen field.
Whether you are beginning your journey in healthcare or continuing your medical education, you’ll be mentored by the best in their fields and given access to hands-on learning opportunities beyond the classroom, on a campus powered by prolific research and innovation.
To learn more, explore your school or college of interest below.
Health Sciences Programs
A non-degree student is defined as any student who has not been formally admitted to an undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree program at the University. Non-degree (except those admitted to a formal certificate program) students may apply and register on the dates specified by the respective school, college, or program. In order to be considered for a seat in a class, all non-degree students must submit a Course Permission form signed by the teaching faculty.
Non-degree students at CU Anschutz may register in one of the three schools/colleges depending on the course they wish to take. It is important to follow the correct instructions and complete the appropriate application for the desired non-degree courses. Students must apply directly through the school/college offering the desired course(s), in accordance with that school/college's application deadlines.
- College of Nursing Non-Degree Information
- Nursing coursework only
- Colorado School of Public Health Non-Degree Information
- Biostatistics or Epidemiology
- Graduate School Basic Sciences Non-Degree Information
- Biomedical Basic Sciences, Toxicology, or Pharmaceutical Sciences
A tuition deposit may be required of each student entering a school or program at the Anschutz Medical Campus. This deposit reserves a position in the class. This deposit will be applied to tuition and fees for the first term of attendance at the Anschutz Medical Campus. The deposit amount varies by school or college as does the deposit due date. There are some programs that require non-refundable enrollment deposits. To learn about the tuition deposit refund policy and procedures, please contact your School or College.