The Graduate Certificate in MCH provides graduate-level instruction in the foundation of Maternal and Child Health. Students will gain skills to implement programs, conduct research, and inform policy to improve the health and well-being of women, children, and families. The MCH certificate program is open to both degree-seeking (in a department other than HPDP) and non-degree-seeking students.
This certificate program requires the completion of 15 graduate credits. The student must complete two foundational graduate-level courses in Maternal and Child Health plus a minimum of three specialty courses with subject matter related to MCH. Students should consult with advisors since new courses are frequently added, and some courses have prerequisites and enrollment stipulations.
- Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university.
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