Graduate Programs at the University of Denver

MA and PhD (Geography) and MS (GIS)

Teaching Assistantship positions available

The Department of Geography and the Environment at the University of Denver offers several graduate programs, including an MA and PhD in Geography, and an MSGIS (both on ground or fully on-line).  Applications for Fall 2020 admission to our graduate programs are due January 15, 2020.

To well qualified applicants we offer Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA) positions that include full tuition waiver, health care coverage, and a competitive stipend. GTA funding is available for up to 2 years (MA or MSGIS on ground) or up to 4 years (PhD).

The University of Denver – a private institution dedicated to the public good – is located in the dynamic city of Denver with easy access to the Rocky Mountains. We are a department of seventeen full time faculty, with teaching and research expertise across the range of human, physical, environmental, and geospatial fields of geography. We have a strong tradition of field study and our laboratory facilities include state-of-the-art geospatial technologies. Our department is now celebrating its 75th anniversary.

Information about our graduate programs and application requirements are found here:… . Please send further inquiries to Dr. Eric Boschmann ( ), Graduate Program Director for the Department of Geography and the Environment.