Online Certificate Programs
Clinical Research Methods
Geographic Information Systems Public
Health Informatics • Public Health Management
The Clinical Research Methods
certificate is intended to provide clinicians with the
basic skills needed to engage in high-quality clinical
research. The program is structured around the methods
used in moving from a clinical and translational
science-research idea to conducting the resulting study.
To earn the certificate, students must complete five
courses for a total of 17 credit hours. Please visit
the Clinical Research website for additional information.
Geographic Information Systems
combines cartography, spatial analysis and data
management and has become an exciting and fast-growing
field in public health. Students who complete the four
courses, 13-credit-hour GIS certificate program, will
gain an understanding of fundamental GIS tools and
practical applications. They will also receive advanced
training in implementing and sustaining a GIS function
in their professional and research careers. Please visit Public Health Geographic Information Systems website for additional information.
The Public Health Informatics certificate program
is structured around the development, implementation and
management of population-based public health information
systems and infrastructure. To earn the certificate,
students must complete five courses for a total of 17
credit hours. Please visit the Public Health Informatics website for additional information.
The Public Health Management certificate is
designed to assist mid-career public health
professionals who are ready to take the next step in
their careers. The course sequence starts with the basic
principles of managing public health organizations, and
continues with strategic planning, budgeting, leadership
and making tough resource-allocation decisions. To earn
the certificate, students must complete four courses for
a total of 12 credit hours.
Please visit the Public Health Management website for additional information.
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