If you have completed a bachelor's degree and are interested in taking your education to the next level, CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies offers rigorous master's degree programs in biblical studies, business, counseling, criminal justice, curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, organizational leadership, nursing, public administration, special education and theological studies that combine textbook knowledge and research with experiential learning opportunities that draw from your professional experience. Our graduate school faculty members bring scholarship and experience alive in the classroom, applying a wealth of academic and professional experience. This affords you the advantages of real-life perspectives while you learn – whether you’re taking on-site or online graduate courses.
The Graduate Admission Application for CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies is available online. To apply for admission to one of CCU's graduate programs, first Create an Account. The information from this secure account will automatically be entered on your online admission application, simplifying the process to complete the application.Admission to CCU's graduate programs is selective. Each applicant is carefully evaluated for his or her ability to contribute to their chosen program. The application review process will consider each candidate's professional, academic, intellectual, and personal experiences in relation to potential for successful graduate study. We encourage applicants to apply for graduate admission online so you can save your work and return to complete the application at a convenient time if necessary.
Each CCU graduate program has its own admission process. Please refer to the Admission Requirements page for your specific graduate program for details:
Admission to a licensure program in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies does not guarantee licensure at the completion of the program. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure they meet all licensure requirements which often includes a background check.
If you wish to take courses in Colorado Christian University’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies without working toward a degree, you must apply for a Non-Degree Seeking program on CCU's Adult Undergraduate Admission Application. Please see the Non-Degree Seeking Students website for details. Contact an Enrollment Counselor at the College of Adult and Graduate Studies Center nearest you if you have questions or would like to talk to someone about admission to Colorado Christian University.
The College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS) at Colorado Christian University does not offer courses to online students who reside in Delaware, Wisconsin or Washington D.C.