The ERHD Graduate Certificate Online Program is accepting applications from qualified graduate students to enroll for the Fall 2013 semester at East Carolina University. To obtain a graduate certificate in ethnic and rural health disparities, completion of 12 credit hours is required.
The ERHD program consists of four online courses:
1. MPH 6005 African American Health
2. MPH 6007 Global Public Health
3. MPH 6008 Ethnic Health & Health Disparites
4. MPH 6009 Capstone Experience in Ethnic Health & Health Disparities
ECU MPH Students Only:
1. Letter of Interest
2. Writing Sample
3. Recommendation Letter
Other Graduate Students:
2. GRE or MCAT Scores
3. Letter of Interest
4. Writing Sample
5. Recommendation Letter
The ERHD Scholarships are available to full-time or part-time graduate students with an interest in developing an expertise in health disparities and who will complete the ERHD program. Scholarships are designed to assist students with the tuition of taking the ERHD courses. Scholarships vary in the amounts depending on whether a student is in-state or out-of-state.
The ERHD Scholarship requires interested candidates to write a 500 – 1000 word essay describing their interests in ethnic and rural health disparities. Academic performance, work experience and leadership skills will also be evaluated. A limited number of scholarships are available.
ERHD SUBMISSION OF MATERIALS and DUE DATE
Send all ERHD applications and ERHD Scholarship applications to:
Dr. Eric Bailey
ERHD Admissions and ERHD Scholarship Committee
East Carolina University
209 Flanagan Bldg.
Greenville, NC 27834-4353
Email materials to:
ALL MATERIALS ARE DUE BY MARCH 31st, 2013