Certificate in Maternal & Child Health PDFs
The MCH Graduate Certificate curriculum involves a total of 15 graduate credit hours including 6 hours of required courses.
CPH 740 – Introduction to Maternal and Child Health (3 hrs)
CPH 605 – Introduction to Epidemiology (3 hrs)
CPH 610 – Injury Epidemiology and Control (3 hrs)
CPH 641 – Public Health and Anthropology
CPH 645 – Food Systems and Malnutrition and Public Health (3 hrs)
CPH 646 – Special Topics in Behavioral Health: Public Health and Anthropology (3 hrs)
CPH 647 – Research Methods for Health Promotion (3 hrs)
CPH 648 – Health and Culture (3 hrs)
CPH 653 – Public Health Law and Policy (3 hrs)
CPH 660 – GIS and Public Health (3 hrs)
CPH 718 – MCH Information and Data Systems (3 hrs)
CPH 718 – Perinatal Epidemiology (3 hrs)
CPH 751 – Introduction to Global Public Health (3 hrs)
CPH 754 – Health Care Access and Coverage (3 hrs)
CNU 502 – Obesity: Cell to Community (2 hrs)
FAM 502 – Families and Children Under Stress (3 hrs)
NFS 516 – Maternal and Child Nutrition (3 hrs)
MCH Graduate Certificate students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better to progress in the curriculum
All course work for the MCH Graduate Certificate must be completed within 5 years of admission.
With the exception of CPH 740 – Introduction to Maternal and Child Health, courses and credit hours that satisfy the MCH Graduate Certificate can be used to jointly satisfy degree credit hours for a degree (i.e., MPH, DrPH) and Graduate Certificate. Students enrolled in the MCH Graduate Certificate Program may not use the MCH-required Certificate Course, CPH 740 – Introduction to Maternal and Child Health for credit in any other degree program in the College of Public Health.