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Lifelong Learning at Daniels

No matter where you are in your business career, Daniels can help you build and refine your skills. We offer options ranging from one-day workshops to doctoral degrees, delivered in formats designed to fit students’ schedules and learning styles. Find the program that will take your career to the next level.

MBAs

We have four MBA programs—full time, part time and online, plus an executive program for students with 10+ years of work experience. The programs take 18 months to two years to complete.

Ideal candidates
Professionals with work experience who want a thorough foundation in the full range of business disciplines.

Specialized Master’s Programs

We offer six specialized master’s degrees: accounting, applied quantitative finance, business analytics, management, marketing, and real estate and the built environment. They let you delve deep into a specific field and develop specialized skills.

Ideal candidates
Students who know their professional passion and want to quickly earn a degree that will advance their career.

Executive PhD

A doctoral degree is a first step into the academic world, but it’s also a way for business leaders to develop top-level research skills and become experts in their chosen field. The EPhD lets highly skilled and experienced professionals earn their doctorate mostly remotely, with two on-campus immersions per quarter.

Ideal candidates
Students with a master’s degree and at least 10 years’ work experience who want to apply their research skills as executives, consultants or academics.

Graduate certificates

Graduate certificates let you explore new topics and gain specialized skills without the time commitment of a master’s degree program. They require either four or six courses to complete.

Ideal candidates
Professionals who want to delve deep into a specialized topic and earn a credential quickly, or who want to take the first steps toward a master’s degree.

Executive Education

Executive Education offers workshops, courses, webinars and customized programs on a variety of leadership and business topics. These quick-hitting courses are tightly focused and can range from a one-day class to a multi-day immersion, both in person and online.

Ideal candidates
Professionals who want to quickly pick up new leadership, business or practical skills, and organizations who want custom training for their employees.

Non-Degree Graduate Courses

If you have a bachelor’s degree, you can take up to six graduate courses at Daniels without enrolling in a degree program. 

Ideal candidates
Professionals who want to explore new business topics, brush up on specific skills or explore whether they want to go on to a degree program.

“I’ve learned as much in the classroom as out of it! I didn’t expect to have such an incredible cohort — I knew that my classmates would be smart, but I didn’t know how much they’d teach me on a daily basis. Our team-based work outside of the class has been incredibly valuable.”

Nina Sharma
Executive MBA
Managing Director of Project X-ITE, University of Denver

“Being a leader is a perpetual vow of growth. Daniels provides an abundance of growth opportunities, as well as a stage to uncover strengths and weaknesses. It’s what you’re blind to that often holds you back, and for me, the process of uncovering things about yourself has transitioned from frightening to enlightening. Daniels has played a huge part in that.”

Joseph Polakovic
Part-time Professional MBA
President, Castle West Field

“There are lots of options our there for Executive Education but we chose Daniels specifically because the faculty were very keen on what our business challenges were and what we were trying to achieve. They customized the curriculum to address our company’s challenges.”

Laurinda Pang
Executive Education Custom Program Client
President of International and Global Accounts Management, Century Link

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