This four-course public health certificate program will prepare students to work in state and local health departments, Community health centers, rural community programs, and non-profit organizations. It will provide students with a basic understanding of public health, epidemiology, public health disparities and health inequities, as well as emergency preparedness and/or how to assess a community’s health needs. This certificate is for people currently working in public health as well as for those individuals interested in working in a public health setting.
Tuition and Fees
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