Applied Biostatistics (14 credit hours)
This graduate certificate is a good choice for students who want to acquire data-analysis skills and a greater knowledge of biostatistics. Such gains of skill are useful in fields such as public health, medicine, nursing, business, education, engineering and other related areas.
Assessing Chemical Toxicity and Public Health Risk (12 credit hours)
Designed to introduce fundamental concepts in the discipline of chemical toxicity and public health risks as they are applied in related professions. This certificate program will advance the knowledge of current professionals in fields related to occupational health and environmental health, and will prepare students with the intention of pursuing a graduate level degree in these fields.
Concepts & Tools of Epidemiology (12 credit hours)
Designed to combine basic training in epidemiologic concepts and methods with specialized training in epidemiologic disease areas and analytic/data skills….The goal of the certificate is to provide students with an understanding of concepts and tools of epidemiology and in-depth knowledge of selected disease areas of public health importance.
Disaster Management (12 credit hours)
The purpose of this graduate certificate is to enhance the knowledge base of public health professionals, as well as other disaster management personnel, in the management, preparedness, response, and recovery from natural and man-made disasters. The design of the certificate engages the student in critical thinking skills that enable them to reduce the health complexities of disasters.
Epidemiology of Infectious Disease (12 credit hours)
This graduate certificate provides an in-depth training in epidemiologic methods and their application to the study, control and prevention of infectious diseases as well as basic training in biostatistical concepts, to help students understand and interpret the statistical methods used by epidemiologist.
Global Health Practice (12 credit hours)
This certificate engages students interested in the field of international public health, such as with international, bilateral, governmental and non-governmental agencies. The curriculum focuses on assessment and intervention strategies useful in resolving health problems of primarily undeveloped countries.
Health and Wellness Coaching (9 credit hours)
This Certificate program is intended to train graduate students and healthcare providers to meet the requirements for certification as a Health & Wellness Coach. Certification will enable the student to provide Health & Wellness Coaching in a number of various healthcare organizations. The required courses will present the frameworks, methods, and skills necessary to met required competencies for credentialing.
Health Management and Leadership (12 credit hours)
This certificate is designed to serve persons who want to enhance their knowledge and potential to pursue management and leadership positions in health services. It furthers an understanding of health system organization and financing, health policy, managed care and insurance, and management decision-making.
Health, Safety and Environment (15 credit hours)
This Certificate program is intended to appeal to experienced working professionals anywhere in the world who seek to broaden their understanding of the interrelatedness of the areas of health, safety and environment. The certificate addresses topics that include the persistent issues of air and water quality, solid and hazardous wastes, worker safety, legal requirements, and effective management for developed and less developed countries.
Homeland Security (15 credit hours)
The Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security has been developed to provide credentialing for the Homeland Security profession. The intent is to prepare local, state and federal Homeland Security leaders to develop strategies, plans and programs, develop organizational arrangements including civil-military, local/state/federal and interagency cooperation, and make sound leadership decisions regarding Homeland Security related policy, priority, scientific advancements and resources.