Have a question about the University of Colorado College of Nursing programs? Review our frequently asked questions below to find the answer.
All individuals working with veteran and military populations may enroll in one or more individual courses without completing the 12-credit hour VMHC. Information on how to register as a non-degree student can be found at: CU Nursing (CU Anschutz campus) Non-Degree Programs.
The Graduate Certificate is open to all professionals with an undergraduate degree who have an interest in the veteran and military populations. You do not need to be a nurse to take these courses or enroll in the Graduate Certificate. You do need an undergraduate degree at the Baccalaureate level.
Yes, however consultation with the academic advisor is highly recommended prior to registration. For more information, please see our Non-Degree Studies Frequently Asked Questions on transferability of credits.
The Veteran and Military Health Care Graduate Certificate is 12 credits, comprised of four individual 3-credit VMHC specialty courses. The completion of the 4-course series is required to be awarded the certificate. All courses must be completed at CU Nursing. Transfer credit from other institutions into the certificate is not allowed.
The VMHC may be completed in four terms with registration for one course each term. It is anticipated that most students will complete the VMHC Certificate program in 1-2 years, depending on academic program offerings. Course offerings vary by semester and may not be offered every semester.
Yes, the courses are completed online using CANVAS learning management system. Distance learning options may be used to augment the online learning environment, while increasing accessibility and convenience to the student.
No. The 12-credit, 4 course series is completed online. Learning activities are structured and supervised within the online environment.