The MSMHA program prepared me for a career path that I did not know existed. Because of its dedicated faculty, warm and inclusive culture, and cutting-edge education, this is the best program for the scientist who is ready to take on the careers of the future.
Rossana Blanco | MHA Class of 2018
The Master of Science in Modern Human Anatomy matriculates students in fall semesters only.
Applications will not be reviewed until after each application deadline.
Early Admission Deadline
All applications submitted on or before November 1st will be reviewed after this deadline, with interviews in early December.
Traditional Application Deadline & International Applicant Deadline
All applications submitted between November 2nd and March 1st will be reviewed after this deadline, with interviews in early and mid-April.
Final Application Deadline
All applications submitted between March 2nd and May 1st will be reviewed after this final deadline, with interviews in mid-May.
Selection of candidates will favor the diversity of talents or backgrounds that are complementary to the intended project focus of this program. Consideration will be given to applicant profiles that promise to strengthen team oriented project development as well as the technical and academic demands of the curriculum.
The program is potentially attractive to applicants who are:
Applicants must have:
Successful applicants will have undergraduate backgrounds that include science courses such as:
Applicants who have not completed the above courses may be considered for the program based on the applicant’s strengths, background, and competencies.
A complete application includes the following components:
Have electronic transcripts emailed to: email@example.com
Have physical copies sent to:
Mail Stop C296
Fitzsimons Building, W5107
13001 E. 17th Place
Aurora, CO 80045
The submission of test scores is recommended, not required. Scores should be 5 years old or less.
Upon the Admission's Committee review of all applications and supporting materials received, selected applicants will be invited to interview.
In general, the timing of interviews are:
Exact interview dates will be posted as the dates draw near.
Colorado Resident: $779.00 per credit hour. Non-Resident: $1235.00 per credit hour. More information about tuition and fees.
We encourage interested students to visit the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office website for information on student loans, work study, and scholarship opportunities.
Establishment of Colorado Residency
An individual must have been domiciled in Colorado for one calendar year before he or she is entitled to in-state tuition. A domicile is a person's true, fixed and permanent home. Having a domicile in Colorado involves more than mere physical presence or "residence" in the state. In order to establish a domicile for tuition purposes, there must be 1) physical presence for at least 12 months within the state along with 2) demonstrated intent to make Colorado one’s permanent home. Intent is demonstrated by several kinds of connections with the state dated one year prior to the beginning of classes. Please contact us for more details.