Rural and Community Health Graduate Certificate

About the Rural and Community Health Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Rural and Community Health offers you the chance to pursue graduate coursework in public and global health with a focus on rural and underserved communities. Our program emphasizes a hands-on approach to build skills in program planning and evaluation, health services administration and management, grant writing, and leadership within public health-related agencies that serve rural and other underserved communities.

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Why Study Rural and Community Health at CWU?

Our online Graduate Certificate is tailored for the needs of working professionals and students.

With a convenient online format, you can complete the certificate in just three academic quarters, allowing you to balance your studies with your existing commitments. Join our program and take the next step towards advancing your career in rural and community health.

Where is this program offered?

How much does this program cost?

Explore information on Cost, Aid, and Value to make an informed decision about investing in your education at CWU.

Where can I find more information?

Please visit the CWU Academic Catalog for current information about admission requirements, course descriptions, learner outcomes, and credit information.

Graduate students in public health can also choose to start the program with the Rural and Community Health Graduate Certificate, of which 15 credits go toward completion of the Master of Public Health degree.

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