Certificate Program in Community Health and Development
The Department of Applied Behavioral Science has established a 1-year certificate program in Community Health and Development. The program offers advanced training and university-based certification in building healthy communities. The focus is on training in core aspects of community work: community assessment, strategic planning, intervention, evaluation, and sustainability. Students admitted to the certificate program must be either regular KU graduate students or admitted as non-degree seeking students.
|Students will enroll in 3 3-credit hour courses (9)||9|
|Community Health and Development|
|Practicum in Community Development|
|Practicum in Community Health Promotion|