All eight winter and summer institutes comprise an 18-credit, graduate-level certificate that equips scholars with skills to address health issues in tribal communities through multidisciplinary public health approaches and culturally relevant strategies. Nearly 60 students have enrolled in this inclusive program. The certificate can be taken for credit or non-credit, making it accessible to those with or without a former collegiate degree. What students have in common is work experience in Native communities and a passion for promoting renewed wellbeing among their people. View course offerings.To apply for the non-credit Award of Proficiency click here
Students applying for the Certificate Program for credit must apply directly with the school via SOPHAS Express. Students must have successfully completed a Bachelors degree with a 3.0 GPA or higher prior to applying. All courses in the Program must be taken for credit. Once accepted into the Program, students must complete all coursework within three years. Please note that academic credits expire after 5 years.To apply for the for-credit Certificate Program click here.