Careers in Environmental Health, Public Health, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Geography are intertwined because prevention, detection, management, and research on health in populations is inherently geographic. This certificate blends powerful analytical skills and concepts from Health and Medical Geography. View the catalog description and requirements here. Questions? Contact Dr. Lisa Nagaoka.
Required courses, 12 hours
A grade of B or better is required in all courses applied to the certificate.
- GEOG 3120 Medical Geography
- GEOG 3500 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
- GEOG 4185 Statistical Research Methods in Geography
- GEOG 4580 GIS in Health