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Graduate Certificate in Global Public Health Nursing

About the Graduate Certificate in Global Public Health Nursing

The Graduate Certificate in Global Public Health Nursing will equip you to expand your advanced knowledge and skill to provide population-based care domestically and around the world. This professional credential will prepare you to make decisions about world health problems and issues, environmental health, community development, and societal structure. And with biblically integrated course work and Christian professors, you will begin to see how your relationship with God directly influences the care you provide as a Christian nurse.

M.S.N. Global Public Health Nursing

Highlights of the Graduate Certificate in Global Public Health Nursing

Speed to completion — Completed in just four eight-week online courses

Flexible to your goals — Offered as a stand-alone program for M.S.N. prepared nurses or as an add-on to Cedarville’s M.S.N. family nurse practitioner and M.S.N. nurse educator track

What Can I do with a Graduate Certificate in Global Public Health Nursing? 

If you are currently enrolled in a graduate nursing program or have completed a graduate nursing degree, this certificate will allow you to add core knowledge related to health ministry, epidemiology, global health issues, and population-focused nursing care to your advanced practice. This certificate will uniquely position you to address trends in contemporary nursing practice, domestically and globally.

Global Health Graduate helps a child overseas

Missions Trips

One recent graduate shares her story of how Cedarville’s M.S.N. global public health nursing track prepared her to use nursing as a ministry for Christ.

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Her work may lead to medicines that will enhance the body's innate healing processes.

Program Faculty

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Angelia Mickle, D.N.P., RN, APRN, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC

Dean, Associate Professor of Nursing

  • Location HSC 318 C
  • Phone 937-766-7720
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Rachel Parrill, Ph.D., RN, PHNA-BC

Coordinator of the Global Public Health Nursing (GPHN) focus area, Associate Professor of Nursing

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Graduate Certificate in Global Public Health Nursing Program Curriculum

You will take four three-credit courses to complete the certificate.

Courses:
  • Epidemiology
  • Global Health and Vulnerable Populations
  • Philosophy and Theology of Health, Healing, and Illness
  • Population-Based Health Care Management
View Curriculum Plan and Catalog