International Science & Technology Policy
The graduate certificate program in this functional specialty requires a minimum of fifteen credit hours consisting of five courses.
Students must complete a core course in International Science & Technology Policy (IAFF 6141). Students must take at least two courses taught by the faculty of the Center for International Science and Technology Policy (CISTP) and at least one course from the analytical competency area. Students may take other courses not on the list of suggested courses with the approval of the Office of Student Services.
Required Core Course:
IAFF 6141 International Science, Technology and Public Policy
The program director for the International Science and Technology Policy program may accept other courses for the certificate according to the background and specific interests of the student.
Some of the analytical competency courses have prerequisites that do not count toward the certificate requirements. Check the Graduate Bulletin for details about prerequisites.