The Graduate Certificate in Global Health is an interdisciplinary certificate administered by the College of Osteopathic Medicine in partnership with faculty from the Colleges of Arts and Letters, Nursing, and Veterinary Medicine. The certificate stresses the interconnectedness of the animal, environment and human health and is applicable to a broad range of health professionals such as medical, nursing, or veterinary medicine as well as individuals interested in a holistic view of global health. The certificate prepares individuals to both manage and lead as global health professionals. Individualized programs of study can be tailored to accommodate individuals with a broad range of academic and professional experience and interests. The certificate is available online only.Admission
To be considered for admission to the Graduate Certificate in Global Health, an applicant must submit the following:
Requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Global Health
- A transcript showing a completed undergraduate degree.
- A personal statement describing interest and experience in global health, including career goals.
- A resume or curriculum vitae.
- Test scores from a standardized graduate or professional school test such as the GRE, GMAT, MCAT, DAT, LSAT. This requirement may be waived if applicant has a previously conferred graduate or professional degree.
- A test of English language proficiency for students for whom English is not a first language.
The certificate program is available online only. Students must complete 9 credits from the following:
||One Health – Transdisciplinary Collaborations to Global Health
||Introduction to Global Health Practice
||Global Burden of Disease