The graduate certificate program requires the completion of 18 graduate credits. The student must demonstrate proficiency in basic statistical and computer skills related to distribution and determinants of disease. If students are proficient in any one area covered by the required courses, alternative courses may be selected. Substitution of courses must be approved by the advisor. Students should consult with advisors since new courses are frequently added, and some courses have prerequisites and enrollment stipulations. This certificate program is open to non-degree-seeking students only.
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Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university.
Required courses (18 credits total)
Epidemiology I: Introduction to Public Health Epidemiology
Public Health Statistics
Introduction to Health Policy and Management
Introduction to Environmental Health
Health Behavior and Public Health
Foundations of Public Health