May 24, 2024  
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog

Integrative Pain Management Graduate Certificate

Department: Dean’s Office

The Graduate Certificate in Integrative Pain Management will explore alternatives to traditional opioid therapies for the management of pain related issues. Integrative strategies will be explored and evaluated through a complex evidence-based approach.
The concepts presented in each course will establish a framework of knowledge intended to impart the practitioner with the necessary background to understand and treat pain utilizing effective and relevant evidence-based guidelines.

Graduate Certificate Admissions and Process

Students must apply and be admitted into the Graduate Certificate to be eligible to receive a Graduate Certificate. Applicants are encouraged to contact the Graduate Certificate Director prior to applying. 

Applicants must meet the following admission requirements:

  1. University Admission Requirements, including English Proficiency    
  2. Graduate Certificate Admission Requirements    

Additional Admission Requirements

In addition, must also meet the following:

  • a graduate degree from an accredited institution
  • a current license as a health care provider

The following is required with the application:

  • A curriculum vitae
  • Statement of interest 
  • Copy of active health care license
  • Letter of Reference from a Clinical Colleague

*Note: Applications will be reviewed, and students will be accepted until the maximum capacity for the graduate certificate program has been reached.

Curriculum Requirements (12 Credit Hours)

Courses are delivered sequentially over a two semester period, as follows:

Graduate Certificate Time Limit

Five (5) Years.

Graduate Certificate Completion

For procedures to confirm completion of the Graduate Certificate, please refer to the website.