Maternal and Child Health — Certificate
Closed to admissions for the 2021-2022 academic year.
The purpose of this certificate is to familiarize students with the complex issues associated with planning, implementing, and evaluating maternal and child health programs for men and women.
By the end of the program, students will be able to:
- Describe key public health issues in the field of maternal and child health;
- Utilize principles of behavior change in the promotion of maternal and child health;
- Plan, implement, and evaluate public health programs addressing multifaceted, integrated programs in maternal and child health based on current operational models;
- Write competitive proposals for grants and contracts in the field of maternal and child health.
Indicators of educational effectiveness
- Appropriate course assignments and projects.
- At least a bachelor's degree (or equivalent), with a cumulative G.P.A. of at least 3.0.
- Completion of certificate requirements.
This certificate program, primarily designed for M.P.H. degree or doctoral degree students whose focus is not maternal and child health, is offered in conjunction with such programs. Health professionals who have completed a bachelor's degree (or equivalent) from an accredited college or university with a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher may also be admitted into the program. Students from other schools and departments are encouraged to add a certificate in maternal and child health to their existing programs.
|MNCH 520||Maternal/Child Health: Policy and Programs||3|
|MNCH 567||Reproductive Health||3|
|MNCH 614||Seminar in Maternal and Child Health Practice||3|
|NUTR 534||Maternal and Child Nutrition||3|
|RELT 518||Adventist Heritage and Health||1|
Normal time to complete the program
One (1) year — based on less than full-time enrollment