- Anthropology Department
- ATLAS: Alliance for Technology, Learning, and Society
- Business/Entrepreneurial Certificates through CU's Business School (Leeds)
- CLASP-Culture, Language, & Social Practice Graduate Certificate Program
The interdisciplinary CLASP Graduate Certificate is designed to complement other graduate degree programs. It provides graduate students with the opportunity to pursue the study of language and society from an interdisciplinary perspective, acquiring a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches to the sociocultural analysis of language.
- College of Media, Communication, and Information
- Communication Department
- Demography Certificate
Students from Geography, Sociology, and Economics may earn a certificate in demography through the Population Program while earning graduate degrees in their respective departments. Graduate certificates are awarded at both the M.A. and Ph.D. level. This certificate program, the oldest of its kind at the University of Colorado, uniquely combines interdisciplinary social science research with graduate training.
- Development Studies Certificate
Because development issues such as agrarian change, labor migration, new social movements, industrial growth, urban planning, and natural resource use cut across disciplinary divides, the study of development demands interdisciplinary approaches. The Graduate certificate in Development Studies provides students training in a structured yet flexible program that incorporates coursework across the social sciences.
- Economics Department
- Environment, Policy, & Society Graduate Certificate
The interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate Program in Environment, Policy, and Society allows students to engage in exploration of contemporary environmental problems by drawing from courses across a wide range of social science disciplines.
- Environmental Studies Department
- Ethnic Studies Department
- Geography Department
Graduate students may be especially interested in the interdisciplinary graduate certificate in Development Studies (see above) coordinated through the Geography department.
- Graduate Teacher Program
This program offers teacher training, teaching certificate options, and professional development certificate opportunities.
- History Department
- Institute of Behavioral Science
Many sociology faculty members and graduate students work with the interdisciplinary research institute, which specializes in five areas: Environment and Society, Health and Society, Problem Behavior, Institutions, and Population. These include the Natural Hazards Center and work for the African Population Studies Center. Both of these centers are directed by professors in sociology.
- Librarianship Fellowship
Provost Graduate Student Fellowship in the University Libraries.
- Political Science Department
- Psychology Department
- Religious Studies Department
- Science & Technology Policy Certificate for Graduate Students
This multi-disciplinary certificate program admits 18 students per year, who take take coursework on the science and technology and on methodologies of policy analysis that are used in decision settings related to science and technology.
- Department of Women & Gender Studies
The Department of Women and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary program offering a major, minor, and certificate for undergraduates as well as a graduate certificate program.
Symposia and Conferences
- Conference for the CLASP program
- Conference on World Affairs
This conference was started in 1948. Each April features one hundred presenters on a wide range of topics and from diverse backgrounds for this "extravaganza" of panels, plenaries and performances that bring together the university community and the broader world community into discussion and debate on pressing local and global matters.
- Forum on Science Ethics and Policy (FOSEP)
- Integrating Genetics and the Social Sciences Conference