The Graduate Certificate in Rural Community Health is designed for professionals who are practicing or plan to practice in rural counties. Upon completion of the Rural Community Health Certificate, graduates will have the necessary knowledge and skills to excel in a variety of settings in medically underserved areas around the world. This online Graduate Certificate in Rural Community Health is completed in 12 semester credit hours. A 67.5 hour clinical field experience in the principle area of interest is expected as part of the program requirements. Completion of an online orientation module is required.
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The Graduate Certificate in Rural Community Health is completed in up to 12 semester credit hours.
Current tuition information can be found here or by contacting Student Business Services from 8:30am-4pm CST at (806) 743-7867. Additional school fees applied may vary.
Financial aid (student loans, grants, scholarships) are available upon admittance to the School of Nursing. Additional information may be found at the Financial Aid Office website or by calling 806-743-3025.