Public Health Certificate Programs

Certificate in Global Health

The Global Public Health Graduate Certificate is under review for the 2019-2020 academic year. During this time, the certificate will not be accepting new students.

The Certificate in Global Public Health engages students in analysis and action toward understanding and improving the ways globalization affects human well-being. The certificate focuses on public health issues resulting from the globalization of the world's economies, cultures, production systems, transnational policies, and increasingly shared environments.

Certificate in Health Care Infection Prevention and Control

The Certificate in Health Care Infection Prevention and Control (CHIP) provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to work in this field including surveillance, clinical microbiology, and infectious disease epidemiology. Participants will be given preference for infection control internships in the state of Michigan.

 

Certificate in Injury Science

The Certificate in Injury Science provides students with an understanding of urgent injury issues through research, education, outreach, practice, and prevention. Many injury topics are covered with a focus on transportation safety, violence interventions, prescription drug misuse, substance abuse, suicide, and concussions.

 

Certificate in Public Health Genetics

The Certificate in Public Health Genetics features interdisciplinary training that provides students with knowledge and skills required to apply advances in genomic science to improve population health.

Certificate in Risk Science and Human Health

The Certificate in Risk Science and Human Health prepares students for increasingly complex health risks in a rapidly changing technological, social, economic, and political landscape through science-informed and socially responsive decision making on risks to human health.