Want public health training but don’t have the time or financial resources for a full degree program? Certificates can equip you with the skills necessary to enhance your contributions to the field of public health for a fraction of the time and cost. These series of 3 courses taken over a 6-month period can set you apart from others in your field.
Leadership & Health Management
Develop an informed personal leadership philosophy and apply management and finance principles to your organization.
Understand the roots of health disparities and engage with examples of effectively mobilizing communities to promote health equity.
Learn how to understand, interpret, and design studies to quantify the distribution and determinants of disease.
Leadership & Health Management Certificate
MPH 506 Leadership & Management
MPH 625 Organizational Management
MPH 635 Healthcare Finance
Community Health Certificate
MPH 503 Social & Behavioral Determinants of Health
MPH 605 Community Health Theory & Methods
MPH 655 Organizing & Transforming Communities
MPH 502 Principles of Epidemiology
MPH 615 Measurement in Public Health
MPH 660 Advanced Epidemiology
A: Yes! If you decide to enroll in the MPH program at Gordon, you will receive credit for all certificate coursework.
A: Courses are $625 per credit hour, so the full 9-credit curriculum is $5,625.
A: No, there are no scholarships or financial aid available for the certificate program at this time.
A: Reach out to the program director ([email protected]) to learn more about the MPH or certificate programs.