Graduate Certificates

Programs leading to a graduate certificate are available through several University units and are open to students who meet the general graduate admission requirements of the University; individual programs may have additional admissions requirements.

The specific number of credits required for completion varies by program, though a graduate certificate program must consist of at least twelve graduate credits. Certificates may be free-standing or may be earned concurrently with a graduate degree. A certificate program must be completed within three years, a minimum honor point average of 3.0 in certificate courses must be maintained, and only nine semester credits of certificate course work may be applied toward a graduate degree.
 

Certification Programs

Graduate Certificate in Medical Physics
Director
Jay Burmeister, Ph.D.
313-576-9624

Graduate Certificate in Public Health Practice
Director
Kimberley Campbell-Voytal, Ph.D.
313-577-9454