The Business Schools undergraduate certificates are primarily intended for students currently pursuing a degree in any undergraduate discipline that want to expand their business knowledge to give themselves a leg up when they enter the work force. However, they can also be taken by students with only a high school diploma.
In addition, the Business Schools also offers graduate certificates which are primarily intended to give individuals with an undergraduate degree in any discipline access to business courses that can help them succeed in their current job or even help them launch their own company.
Students can pursue one of our undergraduate or graduate certificates in Commodities, even if they are not CU Denver students. Credit earned as a part of the certificate DOES count towards your undergraduate degree, should you choose to pursue a degree here. One such certificate is listed below:
The Business School awards a Certificate (of completion) in Commodities to students completing three finance and commodities courses. Students completing the certificate will have an improved understanding of the complex commodities market. Topics covered include regulation, trading, financial fundamentals, investing, risk management and ethics. Please contact the Commodities Center for more information.