The Graduate Certificate in Health Behavior Planning and Evaluation is a 15-credit program featuring a curriculum that is focused on key applied and theoretical concepts in health behavior as well as on the processes needed for managing program development and evaluation activities in clinical and community settings.
The graduate certificate can be pursued on a full- or part-time basis. Registration is open to anyone with a four-year undergraduate degree from an accredited university or college in an appropriate field of study. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and students may pursue course work at their own pace.
Required Core Courses for the Graduate Certificate
|AHBR 508||Project Management in Clinical and Community Settings||3|
|AHBR 514||Health Behavior Theory||3|
|AHBR 536||Health Education: Methods, Planning, and Evaluation||3|
|AHBR 582||Evaluation of Health Services Programs||3|
Visit the Applied Health Behavior Research Courses webpage to view concentration-specific required courses and elective options.
To be considered for admission, applicants must submit the following:
- Applied Health Behavior Research application
- Application fee
- Résumé/curriculum vitae
- Personal statement
- All college transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation