Graduate Certificates Overview

Care Management Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate

Health care is transforming rapidly — through government reform, technological advances and human initiative. Social workers, health and wellness advisors and nurses with the skills to assess and suggest focused interventions for health and illness trajectories are in high demand. Care managers have been identified as the key professionals to help promote positive health choices and healthy outcomes.

Informatics Graduate Certificate

A certificate in informatics will allow you to lead or assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of information system applications for any area of practice. This novel area in healthcare will provide the knowledge to improve the health of consumers and improve organizational processes through information management and information technology.

Nursing Education Graduate Certificate

The Nursing Education graduate certificate is for students who hold a graduate degree in nursing, or who are currently enrolled in a graduate nursing program. A graduate certificate in Nursing Education will prepare students to teach nursing students in community, hospital, clinical, and classroom settings. For students who already hold a graduate degree, the certificate is an ideal pathway to prepare to gain the skills and knowledge to become a nurse educator.

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Adult/Geron Acute Care, Care Management, Nursing Education, Nursing Informatics, Nurse Midwifery, Women's Health NP
Shelley Kern
Phone: 801-585-0878
Email: shelley.kern@nurs.utah.edu

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Primary Care, Psych/Mental Health, Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program
Arminka Zeljkovic
Phone: 801-581-8198
Email: a.zeljkovic@nurs.utah.edu

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