The Department of Integrative Biology offers a Master of Science (MS) in Biology and a doctoral program (PHD) in Integrative and Systems Biology. Our program faculty represent various campus departments and community affiliates. Students have access to unique opportunities and resources at both the Downtown Denver and Anschutz Medical Campuses. Prospective students should visit with our Graduate Program Faculty to determine research availability in specific fields of specialization.
Please visit the Graduate Program website for more detailed information about admissions and degree requirements.
Internships (BIOL 3939)
What Are Internships in the Department of Integrative Biology at CU Denver?
Internships offer opportunities to obtain hands-on experience and link coursework studies with the world of work. Whether preparing for a job search or applying to a professional school after graduation, internships offer a means to increase marketability. They can increase clinical experience hours, enhance a resume, and add substance to future interviews or applications. Students who are interested may earn up to three credits per semester, (up to six credits total) of upper division credit by enrolling in BIOL 3939 Internship or Independent Study or Directed Study credits.
Please visit the Internships webpage for more detailed information
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