- Professional Programs Overview
- Cancer Prevention and Control Training
- Certificate in Statistical Genetics
- Certificate of Public Health
- Deep South Center for OH&S
- Disaster & Emergency Communication Research Unit
- International Public Health Summer Institute
- International Research Training Programs
- Minority Health International Research Training
- Sparkman Center's Certificate in Global Health
- Peace Corps Master's International
PUBLIC HEALTH CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
The Certificate in Public Health is a 16-credit hour program of study. The content is the same as the core content taught in UAB’s masters of public health program. All courses are offered via distance education.
The Certificate in Statistical Genetics (CSG) is offered by the Section on Statistical Genetics (SSG) within the Department of Biostatistics in UAB's SOPH. The purpose of the CSG is to offer recognition that certain graduate students have completed specific requirements above and beyond those ordinarily completed by graduate students and to recognize that completion of those requirements offers them particular expertise in statistical genetics.
The UAB Sparkman Center for Global Health is pleased to offer two certificate programs in Global Health Studies (GHS).The GHS certificate programs are designed to equip professionals and graduate students with the fundamental skills necessary to function effectively in global health practice.
The purpose of the UAB Cancer Prevention and Control Training Program (CPCTP) is to train interdisciplinary cancer prevention and control researchers.
The Deep South Center has a Continuing Education Component to meet the educational needs of professionals working in occupational health and safety.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) through the Sparkman Center for International Public Health Education offers a unique opportunity for qualified public health professionals to enhance their public health skills as summer institute scholars.
The UAB International Research Training Programs’ core training and research plans are focused on graduate level training in Public Health.
The Department of Epidemiology and International Health is offering research training opportunities to minority undergraduate, graduate and medical students who have an interest in the areas of nutrition, tropical and infectious diseases, reproductive health and/or sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS.