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University Organization

Colorado Christian University is organized into two colleges and the CCU Academy.

The College of Undergraduate Studies (CUS) is designed for students enrolled in the traditional undergraduate program and consists of six schools:

  • School of Business and Leadership

  • School of Education

  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • School of Music

  • School of Science and Engineering

  • School of Theology

The College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS) is designed for students enrolled in either Adult or Graduate programs and meets the needs of working adults and graduate students. CAGS consists of six schools:

  • School of Biblical and Theological Studies

  • School of Behavioral and Social Sciences

  • School of Business and Technology

  • School of Counseling

  • School of Education Professions

  • School of  Nursing and Health Professions

The CCU Academy offers high school students an opportunity to earn dual credit via partner high schools or through online dual enrollment courses taught by CCU professors. Students may earn an Associate of Arts degree through the CCU Academy.