Online Graduate Degrees From the University of Denver’s
Morgridge College of Education

Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS)


Designed for professionals who believe in the power of information to empower communities and organizations, the American Library Association-accredited online MLIS program from the Morgridge College of Education prepares students for careers in public, academic, corporate or specialized libraries and archives, as well as in business or corporate settings where information management is essential.

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Master of Arts in School Counseling


Designed to adhere to the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) standards,1 the online Master of Arts in School Counseling program prepares future school counselors to serve and advocate for diverse populations of students in P-12 school settings. Through a combination of online coursework and direct student service, SchoolCounseling@Denver helps future school counselors understand complex educational systems and key counseling concepts while incorporating a data-driven curriculum focused on self-reflection and innovative school counseling practices.

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Admission to Our Online Programs


Online program cohorts start classes four times per year in January, March, June and September, and applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.

Apply by November 8, 2019 to join our next MLIS or School Counseling cohort.

About Morgridge College of Education


Morgridge College of Education strives to be a global leader in innovative, effective and socially responsible approaches for promoting learning throughout the lifespan. As an institution and as a community, we believe that education serves as the foundation and means for transformation within our society.

Throughout all of our graduate programs, we consider it our fundamental duty to promote educational change and social equity. As such, we are dedicated to the highest-quality leadership training for the improvement of education, mental health and information services and systems.

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Take the next step toward becoming an impactful leader who promotes positive change through the power of learning. Request information to speak with our admission team now.

¹Return to footnote reference The 72-credit Master of Arts in School Counseling program from the Morgridge College of Education is designed to adhere to the standards set by CACREP. Only CACREP has the authority to determine which programs do and do not meet their standards. The program intends to submit an application for CACREP accreditation in fall 2020.Return to footnote reference