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Graduate Certificate in Community Health and Development

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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 nondegree seeking students. For eligibility and admission criteria, see Certificates in the Graduate Studies section of the online catalog or the subsection on Eligibility and Admission Criteria of the ABS Graduate Handbook.

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