Graduate Certificate in Global Health Management
Seton Hall University's Certificate in Global Health Management is designed to prepare students to become leaders in today's rapidly changing, international healthcare environment.
"In the 21st century, health is a shared responsibility, involving equitable access to essential care and collective defense against transnational threats." - World Health Organization
Recent crises - and responses - related to infectious disease outbreaks, natural disasters and bioterrorism, for example, underscore the urgent need for professional leaders capable of tackling current and future health-related challenges.
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Courses in the Global Health Management certificate program include:
- Emergency Management and Health Security
- Healthcare Management
- Global Health, Bioterrorism and International Security
- Contagion and Conflict: Global Impact of Infectious Disease
- Community and Population Health
- Preventing Humanitarian Crises
- Healthcare Policy
All classes are offered on Seton Hall’s South Orange, NJ, campus; healthcare administration courses are also available online.
Seton Hall Current Students & Recent Graduates
Current students and recent graduates of the Seton Hall Master of Healthcare Administration and the Master of Arts in Diplomacy and International Relations programs may be able to apply earned credits toward the Graduate Certificate in Global Health Management.
Submit the form to the right, and an admissions representative will be in touch with you to discuss your specific situation.
The Global Health Management certificate is jointly offered by the School of Health and Medical Sciences and the School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University.