• Graduate Degree Options for INTS Majors!

  • We offer two exciting pathways for qualified INTS majors to pursue a graduate degree at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies upon completion of their Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies at DU: The Priority MA Admission option and the Korbel 5 Program.

    Interested students will determine which option is most suitable on the basis of their unique situation, overall objectives, and academic timeline. Please see the comparison chart and sub-sections below, for more details regarding each option.

  • Korbel5 vs. Priority MA Admission Comparison

  • Korbel 5 (Dual Degree BA/MA) Program

  • Korbel5 Program Handbook (AY 2018-2019)

    This document covers the description, requirements, and policies of the Korbel5 Program.

  • Korbel5 Planning Sheet

    This planning sheet will help you and your academic advisor ensure you stay on track to complete the Dual Degree Program.

  • Priority MA Admission Option

  • Priority MA Admission Option (AY 2017-2018)

    The Priority Admission Option allows qualified majors who earn their BA in INTS at DU the opportunity to enroll in a traditional MA degree program at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies within one year of having the BA degree conferred.

    This is available to all current and formally declared INTS majors at the University of Denver that meet eligibility requirements, which are listed in the above document.

  • I'm Interested, Where Should I Start?

  • If you are interested in pursing the Korbel 5 (Dual Degree BA/MA) Program, please complete the Korbel 5 Interest Form

    The Korbel 5 Interest Form allows students to express interest in the Korbel 5 International Studies Program. Expressing interest is non-binding on the student. The main purpose is to allow the Korbel BA Program to track the number of students who wish to participate in this program. It also gives our office a list of interested students so we can provide program updates.

    If, at any time, you wish to withdraw your interest in the Korbel 5 Program, please send an email to Tara Boyle.

    Submitting this form does not guarantee you will qualify for the Korbel 5 program! The earlier you receive academic advising on the Korbel 5 (and submit this interest form), the more likely you will be to meet the requirements for admission. Please submit this form as soon as you know you are interested in the program, but no later than the day you submit the formal application, which has a deadline of February 1st of your junior year. 

  • Graduate Degree Options for PPOL Majors!

  • Public Policy majors are eligible to apply to the 4+1 program, in which a BA and an MPP (Master of Public Policy) are earned in just five years. The MPP degree is a rigorous, professional program rooted in critical analysis of issues and applied economics. Students write a comprehensive Policy Memorandum (capstone project), which spans the entirety of their last year in the program. 

    The successful policy student is passionate about formulating solutions to the nation's most challenging issues, is articulate and well-written and has adequate quantitative abilities. 

    The BA/MPP is currently open to students in several majors: Public Policy, Criminology, Economics, Political Science, and Sociology. Please download the document below for more information.

  • BA/MPP Dual Degree Information

  • I'm Interested, Where Should I Start?

  • If you are interested in pursing the Korbel 5 (Dual Degree BA/MPP) Program, please complete the Korbel 5 Interest Form

    The Korbel 5 Interest Form allows students to express interest in the Korbel 5 Public Policy Program. Expressing interest is non-binding on the student. The main purpose is to allow the Korbel BA Program to track the number of students who wish to participate in this program. It also gives our office a list of interested students so we can provide program updates.

    If, at any time, you wish to withdraw your interest in the Korbel 5 Program, please send an email to Debbie Gaylinn.

    Submitting this form does not guarantee you will qualify for the Korbel 5 program! The earlier you receive academic advising on the Korbel 5 (and submit this interest form), the more likely you will be to meet the requirements for admission. Please submit this form as soon as you know you are interested in the program, but no later than the day you submit the formal application, which has a deadline of February 1st of your junior year. 

This portfolio last updated: 13-Nov-2018 12:11 PM