If you’re seeking a degree, these certificates can give you the opportunity to pursue an area of specialization in addition to earning a professional degree.
The College of Architecture and Planning offers a graduate certificate in the emerging area of design-build as an extension of the Master of Architecture program. It requires a total of 18 semester hours, some of which also count toward the MArch program, some of which do not. Course work in this extension emphasizes the designer's perspective as master builder. For information on the certificate program please contact Rick Sommerfeld at (303) 315-0008 or by email.
The College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) offers a Geospatial Information Science (GIS) Certificate through participating departments. The emphasis of this Certificate is on applications of GIS in urban and environmental planning and design fields.
This GIS Certificate is available if:
- You are earning one of CAP’s graduate degrees
- You are earning a related degree in
- You are a non-degree student who has already earned your professional degree
For information on the certificate program please contact Jeremy Nemeth 303.315.0069 or by email.
Within the College of Architecture and Planning, new applications for the Certificate in Historic Preservation are indefinitely suspended, however, CAP students already enrolled for the Certificate may continue and complete their plan of study. Courses related to Historic Preservation in the College are still available to students in other degree programs, and applicants to the Master of Science in Historic Preservation may seek up to 15 credit hours of transfer credit/advanced standing for relevant work accomplished in another CAP degree program.
Students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences may still apply to the Certificate program by contacting Professor Tom Noel by email