Collaboration is key.
And that’s true in medicine – more than ever.
Increasingly, health-care and mental health-care providers work together in professional teams. These function best when each team member understands and appreciates the contributions of those with professional training different from her/his own.
The Interprofessional Health Studies certificate
- brings together students with varied interests in health-related and human service
- includes required courses in nutrition, health-care ethics, biopsychology and human service skills
- rounds out the hours (for a total of 16 credits) based on your interests – for example, athletic training, neuropsychology, counseling, social work, nursing or pathophysiology
- includes an internship in a health-care setting