The graduate Certificate in Risk Science and Human Health is designed to equip students from various backgrounds with a basic understanding of how to begin addressing increasingly complex human health risk in a rapidly changing technological, social, economic, and political landscape.

The Certificate in open to Masters and PhD students enrolled in any of the graduate programs at the University of Michigan as of Fall 2012. No additional fees are required by the Certificate and students who are able to complete the requirements using their elective courses will not incur any additional costs.

If you are interested in pursuing the certificate in Risk Science & Human Health, please determine your eligibility and review the certification process.

View a short presentation about the Certificate in Risk Science and Human Health from Fall Orientation 2017.

For more information on the Graduate Certificate in Risk Science and Human Health, contact Dr. Rick Neitzel (