There are three ways to participate in the University of Colorado Denver Sustainable Urban Infrastructure Program:
Stand Alone Certificate in Sustainable Urban Infrastructure:
The Certificate in Sustainable Urban Infrastructure is for students and working professionals who seek an interdisciplinary curriculum in the broad field of sustainable infrastructure to address complex water, energy, built environment and transportation challenges using engineering and social science strategies.
The certificate program can be taken in conjunction with a degree program or independently from formal graduation and is open to any enrolled or non-degree seeking student. Those wishing to obtain the Certificate in Sustainable Urban Infrastructure are required to complete four courses. Individuals with degrees in a range of disciplines (science, engineering, finance, accounting, urban planning, etc.) would be eligible to take these classes and receive the Certificate.
Upon deciding to enroll in the UCD Sustainable Infrastructure Certificate Program, students are asked to register with the Program Coordinator (Meghan Bernard). Upon completion of the requirements of the program, students will receive their certificate.
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As a Masters or PhD student enrolled in any academic program:
Students already enrolled in a masters or PhD program can take all four core courses, in addition to their required courses for their discipline. Upon completion students would receive a certificate in Sustainable Urban Infrastructure in addition to their degree. Students in this track would not be eligible for funding through the NSF IGERT Program but could potentially find funding via faculty research projects or other scholarships.