The Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Governance is designed for those who work in government, non-profit organizations or the corporate sector where cooperation with other institutions, stakeholders and the public at large is important. The certificate program prepares students to effectively participate in and manage collaboration across institutional and sectoral boundaries in an increasingly networked world. This certificate program is an appropriate addition to any Master's or Doctoral degree program on campus; and is also a concentration in the MPA program in the department.
The School of Government and Public Policy was formed in 2009 by combining two highly ranked programs – political science and public administration and policy - bringing them under a single roof. Located in the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, SGPP is one of the largest schools at the University of Arizona and is uniquely situated to serve as a new model for public affairs education by promoting high-caliber research, teaching, community outreach, and civic leadership.
By offering leading programs in political science, international relations, public policy, and public management, SGPP prepares men and women for leadership positions in the public and nonprofit sectors.
We require a minimum of a 3.0 GPA for current students, online application, transcripts and a resume.
No required tests
No departmental funding is available
This is a 12 unit, 4 course certificate program. There are three core classes and several classes to choose from for the one elective. The Graduate College requires a cum. 3.0 GPA at all times. You may use up to all 12 units dually for another University of Arizona concurrent program with approval from your home department.