The graduate certificate in Global Health prepares students to be global and population health leaders through research, education, and experiential learning, both domestically and internationally. Students who participate in the graduate Global Health certificate will have a strong interest in examining the ways health disparities and specific risk factors affect local and global populations. The graduate certificate in Global Health aims to provide students with skills to evaluate global health programs and design evidence-based interventions. To function well in the field of global health, students must be able to recognize cultural differences, consider social inequalities, and work with diverse groups. A large focus is also on the ethics of global health research and interventions. The graduate certificate program aims to help prepare students for a wide array of potential career paths in global health or population health. The 12 credits earned in this certificate program can be applied toward either the MPH or the MS in Population Health.