Graduate CertificatePublic Health

A Graduate Certificate in Public Health (GCPH) equips students with core knowledge in public health they can put to use in the workplace—while helping them meet professional degree requirements. The certificate is a valuable asset for many health-related graduate programs.

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Curriculum

The 15-hour graduate certificate in public health provides documentation that a student has completed a core set of public health courses beyond the bachelor’s degree level. Through the graduate certificate in public health program, graduates bring population-based health knowledge to their work in health and medicine. The program covers principles and issues in health care policy and administration, the social and behavioral aspects of public health, epidemiology, environmental health and biostatistics. Students have the option to focus on coursework in health care policy and administration or public health and aging.

Admission to the program

There are two paths to admission to the program:

  • Those already enrolled in graduate school need to complete the Graduate Plan of Study form.
  • Prospective students must use the same application as if they are enrolling in graduate school. Select "Non-Degree Admission: Category A."

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