The Graduate Certificate in Global Health prepares students to address public health issues prevalent in developing countries, such as limited access to preventive care and emergency disaster relief. The certificate is recommended for Temple University students currently enrolled in an MPH, MS or PhD program who are specifically interested in global health issues or who might want to work in an international public health context. The certificate is particularly relevant for students in public health fields, as well as in nursing, medicine, social work, physical or occupational therapy, or other clinical disciplines.
To learn more about the Global Health Graduate Certificate, visit temple.edu.
Students must be accepted into a graduate degree program at the College of Public Health before beginning the Global Health certificate. There is no separate application process for the certificate program. For more information on application requirements for graduate study at Temple, visit temple.edu/grad.
Questions? Contact us:
Senior Graduate Advisor