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MSc - Business Intelligence - University of Denver

University of Denver, USA

  • Country: USA
  • Level: PG
  • Mode: On Campus
  • Fees: US $ 38,232
  • Medium: Full Time
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University of Denver, USA

Since its founding in 1864, DU has played an integral role in the cultural, social, economic and educational life of the city it calls home. Beyond its local contribution, the University is known nationally and internationally for preparing students to blaze trails in government, business, education, health care, sports, law, the arts—wherever there is a need for principled leadership, critical assessment and creative thinking. In 1864, John Evans—governor of the Colorado Territory, a close friend of Abraham Lincoln, founder of Northwestern University and namesake for the 14,264-foot Mount Evans—founded the University of Denver as Colorado Seminary. He did so with the backing of local businessmen and the Methodist Church. A practicing Methodist, Evans believed that Christianity was intricately linked to education and that education was directly responsible for developing strong character. As he sought financial and moral support for the Colorado Seminary, he turned to his fellow churchmen, several of whom became trustees of the fledgling institution. Although the trustees welcomed their connection to the Methodist Church, they were intent on creating an institution hospitable to people of various denominations. In drafting the Colorado Seminary's official charter, the trustees noted that "No test of religious faith shall ever be applied as a condition of admission." Today, the University's vision, values, mission and goals complement the principles and traditions of the Methodist Church. In keeping with this legacy, the University of Denver welcomes students and employees of all faiths and backgrounds. The University further embraces its Methodist roots by honoring an outstanding faculty member with the annual United Methodist Church Teacher/Scholar Award. The accolade recognizes those who demonstrate exceptional teaching, concern for students, and commitment to high standards in their personal and professional lives. In fall 2012, the winner was Corinne Lengsfeld, professor in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering. Lengsfeld heads the biofluids laboratory at the University of Denver and enlists her students on a number of important research projects, including efforts to improve pulmonary drug delivery to patients on mechanical ventilators and to develop wearable sensor technologies.
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