School of Public Health certificates are designed for members of the workforce seeking skills and credentials in specific areas, as well as a curriculum that fits with their busy schedules.
Certificate in Core Concepts
Public Health Certificate in Core Concepts
Provides training that prepares working health and human service professionals how to respond to emerging public health issues; includes the central curriculum for the school’s MPH programs.
Applied Biostatistics Certificate
For working biostatisticians who are not formally trained and want to improve their technical and math skills; focuses on key aspects of study design, implementation, and analysis for observational and clinical studies.
American Indian Public Health and Wellness Certificate
The first comprehensive Certificate in the United States to focus on educating students on how to work respectfully and effectively with federally recognized Tribes and American Indian communities.
Clinical Research Certificate
For clinicians and other health professionals who have at least five years of relevant experience and who want to learn how to design, implement, and interpret clinical research studies.
Global Health Certificate
Focuses on knowledge, skills, and attitudes to address health issues that transcend national boundaries, and that develop and implement solutions to health problems that requires global cooperation.
Healthcare Management Certificate
Provides students with the fundamentals of health care management, including coursework in the design of health care delivery systems, health economics, cost accounting in health care, and more.
Integrated Food Systems Leadership Program Certification
Provides a broader knowledge of how the food system is interconnected — from farm to fork — while promoting critical thinking and problem solving across disciplines. Designed for working professionals, the 13-month cohort program is primarily online with two on-campus four-day sessions.