Graduate Certificate in Science & Technology Policy

Certificate Courses

Required Core Certificate Courses (9 credit hours total)
ENVS 5100 Science and Technology Policy
Spring 2014 Semester, Tuesdays 11 - 1:30 pm
Taught by Lisa Dilling | Course Flyer

This course focuses on the role of science and technology in supporting policy and well as the role of policies in shaping the practice of science and technology.

ENVS 5110 Critical Introduction to Science, Technology, and Society Studies
Fall 2014 Semester

This course focuses on the role of the expert in society as well as societal influences on science and technology.

ENVS 5120 Quantitative Methods of Policy Analysis
Spring 2014 Semester, Mondays 3 - 5:30 pm
Taught by Katherine Dickinson | Course Flyer

This course focuses on disciplinary approaches to policy analysis and research, and will consider both quantitative and qualitative methods.

Elective Certificate Courses (9 hours required)

The following courses have been identified from the CU course catalog as the type of courses taught in past years that would fulfill certificate elective requirements. The final determination of specific courses that will fulfill the Certificate requirements will be made by the faculty who govern the Program on an annual basis.

ASTR 4800: Space Science: Practice and Policy

ATOC 4800: Policy Implications of Climate Controversies

ATOC 5000: Critical Issues in Climate and the Environment

COMM 6330: The Rhetoric of Science: Is it Safe?

CSCI 6268: Foundations of Computer and Network Security

CVEN 5393: Water resources Development and Management

EBIO 5310: Ecology and Conservation

ECON 4545: Environmental Economics

EMEN 5010: Introduction to Engineering Management

EMEN 5040: Quality, Strategy, and Value Creation

EMEN 5080: Ethical Decision Making

EMEN 5300: Management of Research and Development

ENVS 5000: Policy, Science and the Environment

ENVS 5100-002: Special Topics in Environmental Studies: Environment, Media & Culture

ENVS 5100-003: Environmental Collaboration Designing, Organizing, Facilitating

ENVS 5100-004: Special Topics in Environmental Studies: Energy Policy Research Seminar

ENVS 5820: Renewable Energy Policy

GEOG 6402: Seminar: Comparative Environmental Studies

LAWS 6112: Foundations of Natural Resources Law and Policy

LAWS 7132: Energy Insecurity and Sustainable Energy

LAWS 7202: Environmental Law

LAWS 7241: Telecommunications Law and Policy

LAWS 7311: Patent Law

MCEN 5228-005: Global Engineering

OPIM 6820: Topics in Systems: Assessing Sustainable Energy Technologies

PHIL 5210: Philosophy and Social Policy

PHIL 5230: Bioethics and Public Policy

PHIL 5240: Seminar in Environmental Philosophy

PHIL 5400: Philosophy of Science

PHIL 5450: History and Philosophy of Physics

PHIL 6400: Seminar in Philosophy of Science

RSEI 5200: Nuclear Power

TLEN 5010: Telecommunications Finance

TLEN 5106: International Telecommunications Policy

TLEN 5240: Law and Regulation

TLEN 5831: Special Topics: The Future of Telecommunications

Faculty overseeing the program will develop a set of guidelines for the development and inclusion of elective courses that will comprise the approved elective list.