The Graduate Certificate allows the pursuit of graduate theological study without commitment to a full degree program. Each certificate requires satisfactory completion of four courses (12-16 quarter credits) as outlined for that particular program. Since the certificate is not a degree, the credits may be applied to one of Iliff’s degree programs, if the student is accepted into the degree program. Graduate Certificates also provide degree students an opportunity to study in areas outside of their concentration or to demonstrate advanced competency. Students may also complete a Graduate Certificate through our online learning program. View the Graduate Certificates brochure.
Graduate Certificate Admission Requirements
Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree from a fully accredited college with a minimum of a 2.75 grade point average. Applicants submit a completed application form, personal statement, and transcripts from all undergraduate or graduate institutions previously attended. Additionally, some certificates require an interview with pertinent faculty members.
Graduate Certificates are available in the seven areas noted below beginning in the academic year 2012-2013. Check with your adviser to learn which courses are eligible for each certificate for each quarter.
- Anglican Studies
- Biblical Studies
- General Theological Studies
- Justice and Peace Studies
- Leadership and Organizational Management
- Military Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Pastoral and Spiritual Care
- Religion and Social Change
- United Methodist Studies
- Women and Religion
The specific certificates available and details of requirements are subject to change. More detailed information about Graduate Certificates is available from the admissions office at 303-765-3117, or email@example.com