Commodities and Energy Graduate Certificate

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Cost: $4,500 per class + university fees 

As an applicant, you will start a new application for 'Graduate Non-Degree Admissions'. Please fill out the online application as the following for the Academic Interests page:

  1. Select: Certificate
  2. Select: Online
  3. Certificates: Business School Certificates
  4. Business subplan​: Commodities Certificate_ Fully Online

For any questions, please contact Will Sledge at

Start your application as a non-degree student

Deepen your understanding of commodity markets and energy business

From the food we eat, to how we build our homes and cities and the energy that powers our lives, commodities underlie our global economy.  Businesses around the world rely on professionals whom understand the critical relationships across geopolitics and financial markets to drive success.  The 100% online Commodities and Energy Graduate Certificate from the University of Colorado Denver Business School prepares you to build a successful career in the fast-paced world of commodities and energy. Our program is specifically designed for students who want to understand the worldwide commodity and energy marketplace, learn from professors with deep-industry experience, and develop an in-demand set of practical business skills. 

During your certificate program, you’ll gain valuable insights from industry experts at the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities & Energy Management and acquire essential knowledge about a broad range of commodities, including agriculture, energy, minerals, and metals. Our program’s strong industry support means that each of our career-focused courses will prepare you to solve real-world business problems in the commodities and energy sectors. 

This certificate is an excellent option for individuals who:

 Are currently working in the commodities or energy sectors

 Are looking to transition into commodity markets

 Are seeking in-depth continuing education credits for their professional discipline 

 May not be ready to commit to a full-time degree program

 Already hold an advanced degree

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