Graduate Certificates, based on 12 credit requirements, are available for persons who do not desire to complete the MPH degree:

  • Certificate in Foundations of Public Health – Introduction to the core disciplines of public health for individuals seeking to augment their knowledge and perspective in in-depth understanding of issues and opportunities in population health.
  • Certificate in Addiction Science – Covers essential topics about epidemiology, clinical services, and policy research on alcohol and substance abuse.
  • Certificate in Interdisciplinary Disability Studies in Public Health – Examines aspects of health care, culture, politics, economics, and beliefs that impact people living with disabilities.
  • Certificate in Social Determinants of Health and Disparities – Considers the social origins of inequality in modern society and the opportunities to reduce gaps of opportunity and experience across population groups.