Regis University is a non-profit, regionally accredited, 130-year-old Jesuit university in Colorado. One of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States, we have been nationally recognized as a leader in higher education for adult learners and a pioneer in online learning.
Regis University has received the following honors:
- National award for excellence in innovation and service to adult learners by the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL).
- U.S. News & World Report has ranked Regis one of the top master’s universities in the West for 18 consecutive years.
- Regis University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association Commission.
- The National Security Agency certified Regis’ School of Computer and Information Sciences as a National Center of Excellence in Information Assurance through 2017.
- The National Science Foundation ranks Regis 9th out of 422 institutions in the U.S. for the number of master’s degrees awarded in the area of Computer Science.
- Regis was named to the 2008 U.S. President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service.
The motto on the University’s seal, "Men and Women in Service of Others," touches on Regis' mission and the purpose of Jesuit education: to form men and women who use their knowledge to selflessly serve society, as well as the desire of our faculty and staff to be of service to students and the community.
Regis offers accessible and affordable career-oriented degree programs that emphasize the development of essential critical-thinking and leadership skills to help students perform their jobs better and achieve their professional goals.
With accelerated course formats, several start dates per year, and the choice of studying at one of our seven campuses in Colorado, or 100% online, Regis University makes earning your degree easier to fit into your busy lifestyle.
MS in Criminology
Understanding, predicting, and preventing crime is the goal of our graduate-level study of criminology. The curriculum of the master’s program explores the societal, political, and cultural factors that can cause or contribute to crime, as well as topics related to leadership and ethics, crime policy and prevention, and decision-making. Students are encouraged to personalize the course by using a subject of special interest as an area of research and study.
MS in Information Assurance
The world's dependence on computers and information systems continues to deepen, creating a growing, but increasingly competitive, market for information technology professionals. Organizations of all types need to ensure that the confidentiality and integrity of data are protected at all times.
Information Assurance, which includes cyber security, is the proactive process of designing and implementing systems to protect information from internal and external threats. Regis University's Master of Science in Information Assurance degree will ensure that you have the tools and skills to do so — even as technology continues to change and advance.
Regis University is designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the National Security Agency. The curriculum is modeled on the curricula guidelines and recommendations provided by:
- The Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) 4000 training standards
- (ISC)2 Ten Domains of Knowledge
Regis University is committed to helping you pursue financial aid opportunities. In addition to federal aid, you may be qualified to receive scholarships, loans, or grants from government programs or other organizations, or you may receive college credit in lieu of required coursework.
Over half of all Regis University students use some form of financial aid to finance their education. In the 2011-2012 academic year alone, Regis University provided more than $145 million in federal, state, and institutional financial aid to its eligible students, and the amount is certain to increase in coming years. Awards are based on financial need; assistance is also available to students without need.