Apply to the Program on Gender-Based Violence at the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Public Affairs and become a critical link to the well-being and safety for victims of gender-based violence.
Admission application deadline: December 1, 2019
All applicants must interview with Program Director Barbara Paradiso to discuss the unique nature of the content, cohort structure and scheduling for the Program on Gender-Based Violence (PGV).
Students come from around the world to participate in the PGV, which combines online work with weeklong “intensives” twice per year in Denver.
You must adhere to all master degree program requirements. Students are admitted first to the degree program, and then to the Program on Gender-Based Violence (PGV).
Some of our degree seeking students are:
A non-degree student is a student who registers for courses, but is not enrolled in an official degree program at CU Denver. Any student who has already earned a bachelor's degree or higher must complete the application for a graduate non-degree student.
You may be interested in taking classes for many reasons. For example: