Friday, April 13, 2018

CU Anschutz offers Latino public health certificate

The Colorado School of Public Health Certificate in Latino Health is currently the only graduate Public Health Certificate in the country devoted to preparing a sector of the public health workforce to address this need.  By pursing this certificate, you will gain the necessary knowledge and skills to identify important gaps in Latino public health issues and understand how intervention programs are implemented to address disparities. 

The Certificate Program is intended to:
  • Develop the pipeline of talent, of individuals that can make a difference in the Latino community. 
  • Provide you with a theoretical framework, involvement in relevant experiential learning projects, nationally recognized expert speakers, and guidance from highly successful mentors.
  • Substantially contribute to reducing Latino health disparities and working to achieve health equity locally, statewide and nationwide.
Completion of the certificate requires a minimum of 15 semester credits, with 9 credits of required coursework and 6 credits of elective coursework. 

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