Because we know there are many competitive benefits our courses can offer you, we have created two professional certificates. Learn from highly-regarded scholars in the field of gender-based violence. No advanced degree necessary.
Our certificate programs offer competitive benefits for:
Each class features conversations with experienced practitioners, in-depth discussions with peers and presentations from nationally-renowned speakers proficient in a range of relevant subject areas.
The program takes two years to complete at one course per spring and fall semester.
Learn more about the Cohort Experience
This 12-credit-hour certificate is ideal for advocates and professionals who wish to broaden their knowledge, gain expertise and build critical skills in the field.
You complete four hybrid GBV classes over the course of two years:
Certificate in Interpersonal Violence and Health Care (CIVHC)
Developed in collaboration with local and national advisors representing schools of nursing, medicine and dentistry, this certificate produces knowledgeable health practitioners skilled in meeting the needs of patients experiencing gender-based violence.
You may apply for either 12 hours of academic credit or continuing education credit for these courses. You complete four hybrid gender-based violence classes over the course of two years:
The UC Denver College of Nursing is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Colorado Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Continuing education credits may also be available in these professions: