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All graduate degrees are awarded through departments and, therefore, graduate students wishing to pursue the Graduate Certificate in Population Studies must be first admitted into a departmental program. As certificates are only conferred with a degree, students must also make sure they satisfy all departmental degree requirements (for specifics, please consult departmental staff).
In addition, the Graduate Certificate on Population Studies requires 9-12 credits, dependent upon status as M.A., M.S. or Ph.D. student. The required courses include:
In addition to coursework, the Graduate Certificate on Population Studies requires participation in extracurricular offerings relevant to population studies. For M.A. and M.S. students, 10 hours of participation in extracurricular activities are required, 15 hours for Ph.D. students. Such offerings can include:
Please alert the Certificate Director (Lori.Hunter@colorado.edu) of your intention to participate in such events for Certificate credit.
For additional information, contact the Certificate Director:
Professor Lori Hunter
Director, Population Program and CU Population Center
Institute of Behavioral Science, Room 483
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