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The Graduate Certificate on Environment, Policy, and Society provides an interdisciplinary specialization for students in MA, PhD, JD, or other graduate degree programs at the University of Colorado. The program draws on courses in Anthropology, Economics, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, the College of Architecture and Design, the College of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and the School of Law. The program requires 18 hours of approved courses, including a cornerstone and a capstone course.

Students must be admitted to the Certificate Program, but the only admission requirement is to be a student in good standing at the University of Colorado at Boulder or to hold a higher degree from an accredited university. To be admitted, CU graduate students must complete an application and signed by your departmental representative. The application is available following the link on the left. Non-CU students must first complete an Application for Graduate Admissions and provide transcripts from their graduate institution and three letters of recommendation. Once these documents are reviewed, if an applicant is admitted into the program they must also complete the Certificate Application.

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