The College for Public Health & Social Justice offers two certificate programs.
Learn more about the post-master's certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Certificate in Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness
Prerequisites: A bachelor's degree in any discipline. Experience in health-related fields is preferred, but is not required. Certificate may be completed concurrently with an MPH degree other than the MPH-BSDP.
Certificate Curriculum (15 credit-hours)
BSDP.566 Fundamentals of Disaster Planning
BSDP.570 Public Health and Disasters
BSDP.572 Communicable Diseases and Infection Control
BSDP.573 Disaster Planning
BSDP.582 Disaster Management and Risk Analysis.
The minimum total credit-hours requirement is 15.
Offered through the Institute for Biosecurity at the College for Public Health & Social Justice, the curriculum consists of 15 hours that can later be applied to the MS in Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness. Biosecurity is one of the most rapidly growing fields in public health and our programs train students to prepare for and respond to natural and man-made events.
The certificate program includes a subset of the courses required for the MS in Biosecurity & Disaster Preparedness.
Courses that are completed in this program may be later applied towards one of the MS in Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness degree programs.
If you'd like more information about SLU's Biosecurity and Disaster Preparedness program, fill out our information request form to contact our office.
Applications are now being accepted. If you're ready to get started, apply now.