Graduate certificates give students an avenue to earn additional skills to supplement their degree concentration the MPH, MSPH, MPH&TM, or MHA degree programs. Graduate certificates are open to students currently enrolled in an SPHTM professional master’s degree program but are not available to online students unless they are in the New Orleans area.
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.
|Not in MSPH Biostatistics Program
|Community Health and Nutrition Programs
|Not in MPH Nutrition Program
|Disaster Management and Resilience
|Not in MPH Disaster Management Program
|Not in MPH Environmental Health Sciences Program
|Not in the MPH Epidemiology Program
|Maternal and Child Health
|Not in the MPH in Maternal and Child Health Program
|Methods in Monitoring and Evaluation
|All students (Students in the MPH in International Health and Development must work with advisors to avoid overlap of requirements)
|Clinical Translational Research
|Advanced students with strong backgrounds in Epidemiology and Biostatistics
|Advanced students with backgrounds in Genetics and/or Molecular Biology
|All enrolled MPH, MSPH, MPH&TM degree students
|All enrolled MPH, MSPH, MPH&TM degree students (Students in the MPH in Epidemiology must work with advisors to avoid overlap of requirements.)
Graduate certificate programs tuition is charged by the hour. Please visit the tuition and aid page.