Infectious Disease Control
The curriculum for the Graduate Certificate in Infectious Disease Control is built from core courses and expertise in microbiology and immunology. We emphasize the key areas: Microbiology of Antimicrobial & Antiviral Agents, Vaccinology & Immunotherapeutics, Epidemiology and Management skills.
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Applications for our Graduate Certificate Programs are considered on a rolling admissions basis throughout the year, and newly matriculated students may begin coursework in any academic term.
A decision is typically reached one to two weeks from the time the application is complete.
We have partnered with UniCAS, a central application service, to collect and manage our applications. The Spring, Summer and Fall 2015 applications are now available.
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