UC Denver’s Center on Domestic Violence is a proud sponsor of the 2014 National Young Feminist Leadership Conference. Learn more about sponsoring or register today!
The University of Colorado’s School of Public Affairs is home to a uniquely focused Center on Domestic Violence. The one-of-a-kind institution keeps itself busy with community-based programming, public policy advocacy and outreach, and educating the leaders of a violence-free tomorrow, and you could be part of it all from wherever you’re located.
Within the Center is the Program on Gender-Based Violence, a newly renamed degree and certificate program that offers a one-of-a-kind, graduate level program designed for students from across the country – from survivors and seasoned advocates to recent college graduates and those in related fields such as healthcare and law enforcement. Structured for distance learning, classes are offered in a unique hybrid model involving week-long, intensive class sessions held in Denver twice a year coupled with online learning. Course offerings are part of four academic tracks, which you can learn more about online:
- Master of Public Administration (MPA)
- Master of Criminal Justice (MCJ)
- Certificate in Gender-Related Violence Studies (CGV)
- Certificate in Interpersonal Violence and Health Care (CIVHC)
You don’t necessarily have to be in Denver to be part of the amazing work the Center and PGV are doing, and you don’t have to leave the house to learn about the program, either. UC Denver’s PGV is hosting a webinar tomorrow, March 12 at 10AM Mountain Time for any interested in the program – so register today if you’re interested! It’d be the perfect place to ask questions about their world-renowned speakers, their first-ever student cohort, the community work they’re doing to eradicate violence across populations, or their two Master and two Certificate programs. In the meantime, you can learn more about the program online and check out their brochure.