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Admissions requirements for the certificate programs, in addition to Graduate School requirements, include: 

  • Letter of intent
  • Official transcripts
  • 3.0 GPA for undergraduate and any graduate coursework
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation
  • English Language test scores meet minimum for public health program

 Apply online through the Graduate School 

American Indian Public Health option

The American Indian Public Health option includes the following 18 credits and can also be completed in one academic year.

  • PH 704 Public Health Management and Policy
  • PH 771 American Indian Health Policy
  • PH 772 American Indian Health Equity
  • PH 773 Social and Cultural Determinants in Indian Health
  • PH 774 Research Issues in Tribal Communities
  • PH 775 Case Studies in Indian Health

General Public Health option

The General option includes the following 18 credits and can be completed in one academic year.

  • PH 704 Public Health Management and Policy
  • PH 745 Community Health Leadership
  • PH 720 Environmental Health
  • PH 731 Biostatistics
  • PH 741 Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health
  • PH 751 Epidemiology

Health Systems Leadership Option

 The Health System Leadership option includes the following required 16 credits

  • PH 704 Public Health Management and Policy 
  • PH 710 Health Care Delivery in the United States
  • PH 731 Biostatistics  
  • PH 751 Essentials of Epidemiology  
  • PH 755 Integrating Primary Care and Public Health  
  • PH 795 Field Experience  

Infection Prevention Option

The Infection Prevention option includes the following 15 required credits.

  • PH 704 Public Health Management and Policy
  • PH 710 Health Care Delivery in the U.S.
  • PH 735 Principles of Infectious Diseases I
  • PH 736 Principles of Infectious Diseases II 
  • PH 751 Essentials of Epidemiology 

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