Application Deadline for Graduate Certificate in Science and Technology Policy
The Graduate Certificate in Science and Technology Policy at the University of Colorado-Boulder is a rigorous educational program to prepare students pursuing graduate degrees for careers at the interface of science, technology, and decision making. Recipients of the certificate have gone on to positions in Congress, academia, NOAA, and elsewhere.
Each year, the certificate program will begin with a capped enrollment of 18 students per cohort. These 18 students will take three required courses, (Science and Technology Policy Certificate, or STPC) STPC 6000/ENVS 5100, STPC 6010/ENVS 5110, and STPC 6020/ENVS 5120, as well as 3 additional courses from a list of approved electives. Click here for list of required courses and electives). Successful completion of the certificate program requires the completion of 18 hours of coursework (or coursework plus internship credit).
Applications are due November 30, 2007 for admission into the Program beginning spring semester 2008. Students will be notified of their acceptance into the program by December 11, 2007. To apply students must provide the following information by the deadline to Ami Nacu-Schmidt:
- A statement of interest
- Academic transcripts
- A letter of support from a faculty member in their home department
Acceptance will be based on the qualifications of the student, as well as the importance of fostering a diversity of disciplinary representation within the program.
For more information visit the certificate program website.