What does it cost?

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How long will it take?

27 semester hours

Where will I take classes?
Atlanta Campus, Online

Application Deadlines View Admissions Requirements

  • Fall:  May 10
  • Spring:  TBA
  • Summer: Does Not Admit

Maternal and Child Health, Graduate Certificate

The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Graduate Certificate program is open to public health graduate students as well as practitioners and leaders from other allied public health professions who want to build upon their expertise to reach the MCH population through the acquisition of maternal and child health specific knowledge and skills.

The program aims to advocate to improve the health and well-being of women, families and children in Georgia, the United States and across the globe through preparing emerging leaders in the field to advocate for justice in community, state and national policies, support and evaluate culturally responsive, community-driven programs and lead interdisciplinary research teams to increase understanding of evidence-based practices in improving maternal and child health.

Program Details

Required Core Classes (XX hours):

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Required Elective Courses (XX hours):

Visit the catalog for curriculum details.

Description

Careers

As an enhancement to your previous education and current career, completing Georgia State’s MCH Graduate Certificate program will prepare students for possible careers or advancement in the public health industry, in roles such as:

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Occupations by names and Standard of Classification codes that the MCH Graduate Certificate begins to prepare students to enter or study further:

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Contacts

Office of Academic Assistance
Email: publichealthadvising@gsu.edu

Phone: 404-413-1452

Urban Life Building
140 Decatur St.
Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30303

The information shared provides an overview of Georgia State’s offerings. For details on admissions requirements, tuition, courses and more, refer to the university catalogs.