Public Health Practice (Graduate Certificate)
Admission to this program is contingent upon admission to the Graduate School and School of Medicine, respectively. Applications for the Graduate Certificate are considered on the same schedule as those for the M.P.H. Program. In addition, a background of course work or experience in the areas of mathematics, social science, and natural science is recommended. Students may enroll in the certificate program concurrently with a regular graduate degree program (M.S., M.A., or Ph.D.).
Candidates must complete a minimum of fifteen credits of course work.
|FPH 7010||Seminar in Public Health||1|
|FPH 7015||Biostatistics I||4|
|FPH 7420||Principles of Environmental Health||3|
|Select minimum of four credits in the students areas of interest||4|
Electives from an approved list may be taken within or outside the department. A grade point average of 3.00 in certificate coursework must be maintained. All work must be completed within three years.