Graduate certificates give students an avenue to earn additional skills to supplement their degree concentration the MPH, MSPH, MPH&TM, or MHA degree programs. The initial 11 graduate certificates are open to students currently enrolled* in an SPHTM professional master’s degree program. Graduate certificates allow for a second area of study and have become a popular method for students to add value to their education. However, graduate certificates are not a degree program.
Forms to indicate your intention to add a certificate program to your academic studies are included on each of the certificate pages, along with instructions for completion.
|Biostatistics||GBDS||15||Not in MSPH Biostatistics Program|
|Bioinformatics||GBDS||15||Not in MSPH Biostatistics Program|
|Community Health and Nutrition Programs||GCHB||15||All students (Students in the MPH Nutrition Program must work with advisors to avoid overlap of requirements)|
|Disaster Management and Resilience||GEHS||15||Not in MPH Disaster Management Program|
|Environmental Health||GEHS||15||Not in MPH Environmental Health Sciences Program|
|Epidemiologic Methods||EPID||15||Not in the MPH Epidemiology Program|
|Maternal and Child Health||GCHB||15||Not in the MPH in Maternal and Child Health Program|
|Methods in Monitoring and Evaluation||TRMD||16||All students (Students in the MPH in International health and Development must work with advisors to avoid overlap of requirements)|
|Program Management||GHMP||15||All students|
|Clinical Translational Research||EPID||14||Advanced students with strong backgrounds in Epidemiology and Biostatistics|
|Genetic Epidemiology||EPID||15||Advanced students with backgrounds in Genetics and/or Molecular Biology|