To receive a certificate in Health Services Research, students must:

  1. Complete all required course work;
  2. Earn a grade of "C" or higher for all course work;
  3. Maintain a "B" (3.0) average or higher for all course work;
  4. Successfully submit a research paper written in collaboration with a full-time faculty member for publication; and
  5. Submit an application for the certificate to the program director for approval upon successful completion of all requirements.

Required Courses (18 Hours)

  • HLAD 7104     Introduction to Health Services Research (3)
  • HLAD 7105     Applied Research Methods for Health Administration (3)
  • HLAD 8109     Independent Study: Health Services Research Proposal (3)
  • HLAD 8111     Graduate Thesis Project: Health Services Research Final Project (3)
  • STAT 5520      Statistical Methods (3)
  • STAT 6110      Data Analaysis Using SPSS (3)

Total:  18 Hours     

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