Dec 03, 2022  
2022-23 ATSU University Catalog 
    
2022-23 ATSU University Catalog

Public Health Workforce Preparedness, Graduate Certificate


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Public Health Workforce Preparedness


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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Tuition Student Technology Fee
$740 per credit hour $32 per credit hour

Associated Credit Exception

ATSU-CGHS has been awarded a grant supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the US Department of Health and Human Services that will provide tuition-free graduate level education to Missouri residents for the Missouri Public Health Workforce Preparedness Certificate Program. 

For the purposes of this grant, current and former Public Health students and alumni will be allowed to associate up to 50% of the certificate courses listed below, so long as the courses have not expired and they meet the requirements of the certificate. This will also include ATSU-MOSDOH dental students who have completed the Public Health dental certificate. This exception is limited to individuals who meet all certificate and grant requirements. 

Courses 

 

 

Descriptions and Credit Values


Other Courses


Select one course from this list to complete the graduate certificate. 

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