Public health is dedicated to the science of prolonging life, preventing disease, and promoting health for society at large. A certificate in public health will equip you to offer solutions to health problems and issues, environmental health, community development, and societal structure.
What are the admission requirements?
You must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline.
Can I pursue a Graduate Certificate in Public Health if my bachelor's degree is in a different field?
Yes! This program would be appropriate for applicants with degrees in nursing, psychology, pharmacy, social work, business, public administration, and more. View Undergraduate degrees.
How long does it take to complete the certificate program?
It can be completed in as little as a year, taking just four seven-week online courses.
What career opportunities are available?
Among other positions, you could be qualified for positions such as public health nurse, epidemiologist, community health director, and public health policy analyst.
What is the difference between a Graduate Certificate in Public Health and a Master's Degree in Public Health?
A certificate will introduce you to public health while a master’s degree will have more in-depth, advanced coursework.
How much does a Graduate Certificate in Public Health cost?