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University of Denver?

CoreySCoreyS Registered User Posts: 263 Junior Member
edited November 2005 in College Search & Selection
How does it compare to other schools? Mainly in languages, legal studies, and international business?

Does it offer any prestige to graduate schools?
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Replies to: University of Denver?

  • LakeWashingtonLakeWashington Registered User Posts: 9,315 Senior Member
    U of Denver is likely not sufficiently "elite" for the folks here to give you feedback. All I know is that Secretary of State Condaleeza Rice is a U of Denver alumni.
  • Rayver2380Rayver2380 Registered User Posts: 42 Junior Member
    i agree...unless you have questions about UC's or any other top schools u rarely get more than 2 or 3 responses here...some guy asks about schools with hot chicks and he gets 3 pages of responses lol..earlier i asked a serious question about CSU schools and was lucky to get 1 response
  • carolyncarolyn Registered User Posts: 7,435 Senior Member
    The U of Denver is a solid school, with an excellent business program. Don't know specifically about languages there, but I do know they seem to do a good job of getting students into law school.

    It's a good sized school, has a bit of a rep for being a party school, Denver is a great city. Students tend to be middle of the road and career-oriented. The U of Denver takes a very personal approach to admissions, which can sometimes work in less stellar applicants' favor.

    Overall, if you're interested in business or other pre-professional majors, DU is a good choice.
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