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DTC now offers a master program
In the past 15 years, Denver Technical College has quietly evolved from a small drafting school into a major competitor for Colorado's traditional universities.
The school, located off Niagara and Monaco, has grown from about 80 students in 1983 to an annual enrollment of about 1,600 students at its Denver and Colorado Springs campuses.
Founded in 1945 as the Air-Vu School of Drawing, the school changed its name to Denver Technical College in 1984. It began offering associates degrees in 1981 and its first bachelor's degree was approved in 1986.
With four bachelor's degree and one master s degree program, the college is setting itself up to compete more effectively with the …