The new Metropolitan State University of Denver undergraduate and graduate catalogs for the 2022-23 academic year are now available to view online.
New programs that will begin this fall include:
- Business Administration major, B.S.
- Human Resource Management major, B.S.
- Nutrition Studies major, B.S.
- Applied Meteorology Concentration and Professional Meteorology Concentration (Meteorology major, B.S.)
- Banking minor
- Climate Change minor
- Instructional Design and Technology minor
- Business Pathways certificate
Discontinued programs that end as of fall include:
The following concentrations in the Advanced Manufacturing Sciences major, B.S.
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Information Systems
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
The following concentrations in the Special Education major, B.A.
- Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Elementary Education
- Secondary Education
This catalog also contains major changes to program listings and General Studies policies:
- Programs can no longer prescribe General Studies.
- But they may still require General Studies courses for the major, so advising is key.
- Students can count General Studies in their major prefix.
- Students can double-/triple-dip General Studies courses across General Studies, majors, minors and certificates.
- Students need 33 credits outside of their most recurrent major prefix to graduate.
- Check out the General Studies website for more information.
Finally, MSU Denver has debuted the new Continuing Education and Non-credit Offerings Bulletin.
To see a full listing of curriculum changes and other information regarding the curriculum process, check out the Curriculum SharePoint. The catalog-change report will be available in mid-April.
To receive all updates on curriculum, sign up for the curriculum distribution list.
For more information, please contact Erica Buckland Anderson, director of Curriculum and Catalog.