Curriculum

All courses are available in both online and in-person formats. If you have a completed a bachelor’s degree or an advanced degree, you can earn a credential in public health core concepts. You can take the seven courses you need for the certificate online or on campus.

The curriculum is the same as the core content taught in the School of Public Health MPH degree programs. Some courses offer curriculum alternatives, though they may be not be offered online. Some alternatives are required for certain MPH programs. Check with your coordinator for details before registration.

Students that enrolled in the Public Health Certificate in Core Concepts prior to Fall 2018 are subject to different requirements. Please contact the program coordinator for additional information.

Curriculum

Core Area or
Biostatistics

PubH 6414 Biostatistical Literacy (3cr),
(should be taken before or concurrent to PubH 6320)

PubH 6450 Biostatistics I (4cr); PubH 6451 Biostatistics II (4cr)

Environmental
Health

PubH 6101 Environmental Health (2cr)

PubH 6102 Issues in Environmental & Occupational Health (2cr)

Epidemiology

PubH 6320 Fundamentals of Epidemiology (3cr)

PubH 6341 Epidemiologic
Methods I (3cr)

Ethics

PubH 6741 Ethics in PH: Professional Practice and Policy (1cr)

N/A

Management

PubH 6751 Management in Health Services Organizations (2cr)

N/A
Social and
Behavioral Sciences

PubH 6020 Fundamentals of Social and Behavioral Science (2cr)

N/A
Foundations of Public Health

PubH 6250 Foundations of Public Health (2cr)

N/A
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