The post-graduate certificate Public Health track at MNU educates you to interpret contemporary public health principles.
Using public health principles, we will prepare you to explore the history, philosophy, and scope of public health practice. You can tailor your certificate in public health even more by choosing to study, specifically, School Nursing, Infectious Disease Control or Occupational Health.
Designed for licensed registered nurses with an MSN degree, MidAmerica Nazarene University's post-graduate certificate Public Health curriculum allows you to complete courses at your own pace by attending class once weekly or by taking classes online.
This certificate in public health meets high standards of quality in the healthcare marketplace. If you’re hoping to earn your post-graduate certificate Public Health in Kansas, or online, our program can help you continue to grow as a leader in the industry. You can attend classes in person at our Olathe location, or online. And you can take advantage of our quality academic advising and service-oriented learning.
For students who wish to pursue their post-graduate certificate Public Health in Kansas, or online, MNU’s program would be a great choice.
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