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Graduate Certificate in Population Health

Classes begin Aug. 21
Apply by Aug. 7

The Graduate Certificate in Population Health is designed for healthcare professionals — clinicians, administrators, managers, and analysts in health care and public health — working to overcome challenges and disparities in healthcare to improve outcomes across all populations.

Upon completion, you’ll be prepared to develop effective policies and strategies to address environmental and social factors that influence population health outcomes.  

Program Highlights

  • 100% online. 
  • Accelerated courses.  
  • Affordable flat-rate tuition.

Online Student Resources 

Program Cost

We offer affordable, flat-rate tuition for all degree programs offered 100% online. Online graduate programs, including graduate certificate programs, are $480 per credit hour. Online students are not assessed additional operational and activity fees or out-of-state tuition.

Tuition for this program is $5,760. This cost does not include proctoring fees. Students who qualify may apply their financial aid.

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Curriculum & Courses

In this 12-credit graduate certificate program, you’ll learn to use data and proven theories and practices to better understand health analytics, quality improvement, community partnerships, and healthcare delivery.  

Prepare to lead in public health and population health through courses on healthcare delivery, population health determinants and outcomes, epidemiology, as well as healthcare quality and safety.  

Learn more about the curriculum and duration here →

Career Opportunities  

Focus your career in population health and population health management to solve healthcare problems and improve health outcomes in your clinic, hospital, or community. 

Discover the types of careers you can advance with a Graduate Certificate in Population Health →

Application Deadlines & Requirements 

Students are admitted as a cohort to the Graduate Certificate program in Population Health. 

See our application and admission requirements →