Degree Programs

Plan Stack

A student's combination of academic programs is referred to as a "plan stack" and includes an academic program, plan, and subplan among other things. For the most part, an academic program is the combination of a college and career such as CLASU to represent College of Letters, Arts & Sciences undergraduate or CLASG to represent a graduate career. The plan stack can be mapped to the State Approved Degree list (below) but is built with much more detail in order to better process student records. To see recent enrollment per plan stack, open one of the following PDF files and note the as of date in the header:

Majors and Additional Majors
All Other Plan Types

List of State Approved Degree Granting Programs

The following programs are approved by the Colorado Department of Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association.

37 Baccalaureate Programs
19 Master's Programs
5 Doctoral Programs
* An online program or online degree completion program option is offered (12).
** A new degree name to distinguish the TESOL emphasis in the MA in Curriculum and Instruction program, effective Fall 2013. 

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) CIP2010 College
1. Anthropology 45.0201 CLAS
2. Biochemistry 26.0202 CLAS
3. Biology 26.0101 CLAS
4. Chemistry 40.0501 CLAS
5. Communication 09.0100 CLAS
6. Criminal Justice* 43.0103 PAFF
7. Distributed Studies 45.9999 (Fall 14) CLAS
8. Economics 45.0601 CLAS
9. English 23.0101 CLAS
10. Geography & Environmental Studies 45.0701 CLAS
11. History 54.0101 CLAS
12. Mathematics 27.0101 CLAS
13. Philosophy 38.0101 CLAS
14. Political Science 45.1001 CLAS
15. Psychology 42.0101 CLAS
16. Sociology* 45.1101 CLAS
17. Spanish 16.0905 CLAS
18. Visual & Performing Arts 50.0101 CLAS
19. Womens & Ethnic Studies 05.0299 CLAS
     
Bachelor of Innovation (B.I.)    
20. Business Administration 52.0201 BUSN
21. Computer Science 11.0101 ENGR
22. Computer Science & Security 11.1003 ENGR
23. Electrical Engineering 14.1001 ENGR
24. Game Design & Development 11.0804 ENGR
25. Inclusive Early Childhood Education 13.1210 EDUC
     
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)    
26. Biology 26.0101 CLAS
27. Biochemistry 26.0202 CLAS
28. Business* 52.0201 BUSN
29. Chemistry 40.0501 CLAS
30. Computer Engineering 14.0901 ENGR
31. Computer Science 11.0101 ENGR
32. Electrical Engineering 14.1001 ENGR
33. Health Care Sciences* 51.0000 NURS
34. Mathematics 27.0101 CLAS
35. Mechanical Engineering 14.1901 ENGR
36. Nursing* 51.3801 NURS
37. Physics 40.0801 CLAS
     
Master of Arts (M.A.)    
1. Applied Geography 45.0799 CLAS
2. Communication 09.0100 CLAS
3. Counseling & Human Services 13.1101 EDUC
4. Curriculum & Instruction* 13.0301 EDUC
    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)** 13.0301 EDUC
5. Educational Leadership* 13.0401 EDUC
6. History 54.0101 CLAS
7. Psychology 42.0101 CLAS
8. Sociology 45.1101 CLAS
9. Special Education 13.1001 EDUC
     
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)    
10. Business Administration* 52.0201 BUSN
     
Master of Criminal Justice (M.C.J.)    
11. Criminal Justice* 43.0103 PAFF
     
Master of Engineering (M.E.)    
12. Engineering* 14.0101 ENGR
     
Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)    
13. Public Administration* 44.0401 PAFF
     
Master of Science (M.S.)    
14. Applied Math 27.0301 CLAS
15. Computer Science 11.0101 ENGR
16. Electrical Engineering 14.1001 ENGR
17. Mechanical Engineering 14.1901 ENGR
18. Nursing* 51.3801 NURS
     
Master of Sciences (M.Sc.)    
19. Interdisciplinary Sciences 30.0101 CLAS, NURS, EDUC
     
Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.)    
1. Nursing Practice* 51.3801 NURS
     
Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.)    
2. Applied Science 30.1801 CLAS
3. Educational Leadership, Research, & Policy 13.0601 EDUC
4. Engineering 14.0101 ENGR
5. Psychology 42.0101 CLAS