The Graduate Certificate in Public Health is designed to meet the needs of professionals seeking to gain supplemental knowledge in public health. With a unique emphasis on health disparities and health equity, the certificate prepares learners to collaborate with, conduct research in, and work in a variety of public health settings including public and private health care organizations, health research facilities, social service and environmental health agencies, and government institutions.
Applicants can find University Graduate Admissions requirements here in the Academic Catalog. Additional application information can be found on the Admissions website. Program-specific admissions information, including when the program accepts applications for admission, can be found here.
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN PUBLIC HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
|PH-400||Introduction To Public Health||3|
|PH-405||Social And Behavioral Health Theory||3|
|PH-440||Health Disparities & Health Advocacy||3|
|Two courses approved by the MPH advisor.||6|
Graduate Student Requirements:
In addition to program-specific requirements, all graduate students must abide by university graduate policies, which can be found in the Academic Catalog in the section of the College of Graduate Studies and Research.
Successful completion of all program requirements.