Graduate Certificate in Public Health
Financial Aid from the Program
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Students wishing to pursue a Graduate Certificate in Public Health should complete the Office of Graduate Studies’ online application (standardized test scores are not required). Certificate candidates must provide the MPH Program’s Personal Data Sheet and official transcripts to the MPH Program.
About the Certificate
This 12-credit-hour program provides students with the core public health education that they need to enhance their professional knowledge. The certificate program includes the following courses:
- P_HLTH 7150 Principles of Public Health
- P_HLTH 8150 Human Health and the Environment, P_HLTH 8920 Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health, or P_HLTH 8921 Assessment of Population Health and Field Epidemiology
- An approved Health Statistics course
- One approved elective
Applying to the Graduate Certificate Program
Students who complete the Graduate Certificate in Public Health with a minimum grade of B in each of the four courses will be recommended for admission to the Master of Public Health (MPH) program should they wish to continue their studies. The course credits earned for the graduate certificate will be credited toward the MPH degree. To apply click here.
Federal Gainful Employment disclosure information for this Graduate Certificate is available at http://gradstudies.missouri.edu/academics/programs/public-health-graduate-certificate/pub-health-ge/Gedt.html.