The Public Health Law Research Graduate Certificate focuses on the emerging field of public health law research, which is the scientific study of the effects of laws and legal practices on health, and which can inform policy initiatives that advance health and well-being. The interprofessional certificate provides foundational training in public health law and related research methods, with a specific focus on the evaluation of policies and laws.
To learn more about the Graduate Certificate in Public Health Law Research, visit temple.edu.
You must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution to be considered for admission. A minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 is required.
Students must have completed an intro level biostatistics course prior to enrolling in the Multivariate Biostatistics course.
The admissions process depends on your student status.
If you are currently a matriculated graduate student at Temple University, please complete this online form to enroll in the certificate program.
If you are not currently a matriculated graduate student at Temple University, you must submit the following credentials.
- Online application using the SOPHAS Express Centralized Application Service
- Copies of all transcripts uploaded through the SOPHAS Express Application
Additional Requirements for International Students whose native language is not English:
A minimum TOEFL scoreof 79 iBT or 550 PBT is required. A minimum IELTS score of 6.5 would also be considered.
Applicants may begin this program in the fall, spring or summer term. The application deadline is rolling.