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  School of Public Health 2020-2022 Certificate Programs  

Certificate Programs

For certificate requirements and more information about each certificate's curriculum, please visit: https://sph.rutgers.edu/academics/certificate-programs.html.

Certificate Program
For...
Applied Biostatistics (New Brunswick) Health department employees; clinicians; individuals working in the pharmaceutical industry who wish to have a stronger foundation in quantitative methods; and individuals in the public health workforce who want to hone their quantitative skill.
Clinical Epidemiology (New Brunswick and Newark) Clinicians (physicians, pharmacists, physician assistants, dentists, and nurses); other clinical researchers; and those working in pharmaceutical and related industries.
Environmental and Occupational Health (New Brunswick) Health department employees; clinicians; health and safety specialists; those working in the environmental and occupational health field; and those interested in learning about environmental and occupational health.
Epidemiology Methods (New Brunswick and Newark) Public health students in disciplines other than epidemiology; individuals in the public health workforce who want to hone their epi-skills; and individuals working in the pharmaceutical industry who wish to have a stronger foundation in epidemiologic methods.
Global Public Health (New Brunswick) Clinicians; state and local health department employees; international agency, disaster, or immigrant relief workers; nongovernmental organization (NGO) workers; those working in the pharmaceutical industry; and those interested in learning about global public health.
Health Education (New Brunswick) Public health students in disciplines other than social and behavioral health sciences; individuals who are interested in taking the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam; and individuals working in the public health workforce who wish to have a stronger foundation in health behavior change and program planning.
Health Outcomes, Policy, and Economics (New Brunswick) Junior and mid-career professionals, biopharmaceutical industry workforce; and health or pharmaceutical benefit providers. This certificate is offered jointly by the Rutgers School of Public Health and the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy.
Health Policy (New Brunswick) Medical and other health professional students; those working in the pharmaceutical industry; those working in local and state departments of health; and those working in health care settings seeking to better understand the structure and financing of the United States health system and the social and economic factors underlying population health
LGBTQ Health (New Brunswick and Newark)

Professionals from nonprofit organizations; state and local health department employees; health care professionals, such as clinicians; those working in private sector; those working with LGBTQ communities; and those interested in learning about LGBTQ health.

Maternal Child Health (New Brunswick and Newark) Public health and other health professional students; those working in the maternal and child health field; those working in local and state departments of health; and those working in health care settings serving the MCH population.
MD and Population Health (New Brunswick and Newark)

Students accepted into the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School interested in continuing their M.D. education while earning a Population Health Certificate; future health care leaders, such as physicians, who must address such problems as medical care for the poor and uninsured, global epidemics, and assessing health outcomes.

Pharmacoepidemiology (New Brunswick)

Students in public health, biostatistics, medicine, pharmacy who want to develop core competencies in pharmacoepidemiology; and students or professionals in the pharmaceutical, insurance, financial, or health care industries who are looking to obtain formal training in the basic concepts and applications of pharmacoepidemiology.

Population Aging (New Brunswick) Public health students in disciplines other than population aging; professionals who plan to work or are already working in the health and helping professions (e.g., counselors, dentists, hospital administrators, nurses, nutritionists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, pharmacists, physical therapists, physicians, psychologists, social workers, etc.); and those who are interested in human rights, social justice, advocacy, equity, policy, and the law.
Population Health (New Brunswick and Newark) Those who work in public health, but who have never had any formal public health training; those interested in a career in public health and expecting to use these credits toward an M.P.H. degree; and those with advanced degrees in related areas, such as medicine or nursing, who wish to enhance their professional knowledge of core public health concepts.
Public Health Nutrition (New Brunswick and Newark) Health care professionals, such as clinicians; state and local health department employees; international agency or immigrant relief workers; nongovernmental organization (NGO) or civil society organization (CSO) workers; those working in the private sector (e.g., pharmaceutical industry); and those interested in learning about public health nutrition.
United Nations and Global Public Health (New Brunswick) Students interested in increasing their knowledge about the United Nations; and those working in the public health workforce or related field who want specialized training about the United Nations and in global health.

Urban Public Health (New Brunswick and Newark) Professionals from nonprofit organizations; state and local health department employees; health care professionals, such as clinicians; international agency, disaster, or immigrant relief workers; professionals working in the private sector; and professionals interested in learning about urban public health.

For certificate requirements and more information about each certificate's curriculum, please visit: https://sph.rutgers.edu/academics/certificate-programs.html.
 
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