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Graduate Certificate in Public HealthLibrary discussion
This program is designed for individuals interested in pursuing or further developing a career in public health in order to contribute to a competent public health workforce. Coursework consists of each of the five major disciplines of public health (15 credits) offered in an online format. All credits offered in the program may be applicable to the Master of Public Health degree program within one year of certificate completion.

Also offered - Master of Public Health (MPH)

Program Admissions Requirements
In addition to the general Graduate School admission requirements, this program has additional specific requirements.

An applicant must satisfy the following requirements for admission:

  • A personal statement stating why the applicant wishes to pursue this certificate.
  • Three letters of recommendation. If employed, at least one of the letters should be from the applicant’s employer or manager.
  • Research or professional experience relevant to certificate program.

Required Courses

18200 Environmental Health. 3 credits.

18201 Principles of Epidemiology. 3 credits.

18203 Public Health Administration. 3 credits.

18204 Introduction to Biostatistics. 3 credits.

18212 Behavioral Science and Public Health. 3 credits.

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MCW Public / Community Health News

Editorial Identifies MCW as Participant in Summit on Creating Safer Neighborhoods

May 28 - A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editorial on gun violence notes the importance of grass-roots efforts of neighborhoods most affected by violence. The editorial identifies MCW as one of the major institutions that participated in a March summit meeting on creating safer neighborhoods. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Care and quality of life for older, rural HIV-positive adults

May 20 - The Medical College of Wisconsin’s (MCW) Center for AIDS Intervention and Research has received a two-year, $420,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Aging to determine the factors among older, rural HIV-positive adults that contribute to that group’s mortality rates.

Dr. O’Brien Discusses Work of Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission to Address Violence

May 13 - In an article in the New Yorker, Mallory O’Brien, PhD, (Institute for Health & Society – Epidemiology) discusses the work of the Milwaukee Homicide Review Commission to address violence in Milwaukee. Dr. O’Brien is the Commission’s Director. New Yorker and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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