Graduate Certificate Programs allow a student to take a concentration in a specific topical area without being admitted to a degree program. Certificates range from 12 to 18 credits to complete, depending on the one selected. By comparison, the M.P.H. requires a minimum of 42 credits.
Open to students who have completed a Bachelor degree, Graduate Certificate Programs are designed to meet your continuing professional education needs. Credits taken can apply, if appropriate, to a Masters or Ph.D. degree in Public Health or related disciplines should the student later be admitted to seek a degree. Graduate Certificate program acceptance requires admittance by the Graduate School.
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Format: Fully Online or Traditional; CR: Minimum Credit Hours to complete certificate.
CFH = Community & Family Health; EOH = Environmental & Occupational Health; EPB = Epidemiology & Biostatistics; GLH = Global Health; HPM = Health Policy & Management; C-W = College Wide Programs (see Public Health Practice)