Courses

The Certificate in Public Health Genetics entails a minimum of 11 credits of coursework focusing on the genetic basis of disease, methods of genetic analysis, genetic applications, as well as ethical, legal, and social issues.

If you are interested in pursuing the certificate in Public Health Genetics, please determine your eligibility and review the certification process.

Please search courses within Wolverine Access for the most up-to-date course information.

Requirements

1. One or two of the following courses [in Content Area 1]*:

Content Area 1: Genetic Basis of Disease

2. One or two of the following courses [in Content Area 2]:

Content Area 2: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues

3. One or two of the following courses [in Content Area 3 and/or 4]:

Content Area 3: Methods/Measurement/Analysis

Content Area 4: Applications

4. Apply to Graduate

Once you're ready to graduate, apply to graduate from the certificate as well as your main degree program in Wolverine Access. Also, to assist with our auditing process, submit the Certificate in Public Health Genetics Completion Form. Once reviewed and approved, your certificate will be marked as complete on your transcript at the same time your degree is conferred.