The certificate in maternal and child health (MCH) is designed to provide specialized training in public health problems affecting infants, children, adolescents, and women of all ages. Required coursework is designed to overview the major health issues affecting MCH populations, develop methodological skills selected areas, such as data analysis, program planning and evaluation and research. Support courses allow students to focus some of their coursework in selected areas of MCH interest.The certificate program has been developed for the following groups: 1) Public health practitioners 2) MPH students who desire focused graduate level training in MCH.
Must meet University Graduate Admissions and English Proficiency requirements. In addition, must also meet the following:
Letter of Intent
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Requirements of this Certificate (15 Credit Hours)