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Graduate programs in the College of Health, Community and Professional Studies (CHCPS) offer students exciting and innovative learning opportunities to advance their knowledge and practice in their chosen discipline and improve the quality of life in the communities in which they practice. 

We are excited about your choice to explore graduate programs in the CHCPS.  We encourage you to visit the program webpage for advising contacts, information session schedules and general information for your program of interest.  Thorough review of the program webpages linked below will give you the best possible preparation to submit a strong application.  We want to help you ensure that our graduate program aligns well with your academic and professional goals.

For a complete list of CHCPS programs, program-related content and contact information, visit the CHCPS graduate programs webpage

CHCPS Graduate Student Organization
Metropolitan State uses OrgSync to host information sites for student groups. Itís an online community where you can learn more about all the different groups on campus. You will need to create a new account associated with Metropolitan State University to get started.  To view a list of all student organization, view the Getting Involved webpage.

CHCPS graduate student organizations include:

For a quick overview of all CHCPS programs, including length of program, accreditation, delivery method and more, please view our CHCPS Program Chart.

For a complete list of all graduate programs available at Metropolitan State University, tuition, fees and other information specific to graduate studies, please visit the Graduate Programs website.



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