HB, JOMC, SPH: Graduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Health Communication (CIHC Residential) Application Details

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HB, JOMC, SPH: Graduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Health Communication (CIHC Residential)

Expand All Step DetailsClose All Step DetailsApplication Details for HB, JOMC, SPH Graduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Health Communication (CIHC) - Residential  
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1. Complete online ApplyYourself application

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Fee: $85    |    Step Link
  1. 3-18-0-0 119000 (prim) Enter names of recommenders. UNC will then send them an email with instructions for submitting a letter on your behalf.

    1. 3-18-2-9 119010 (sec) Not required

2. Complete an application form

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  1. 4-1-0-0 119039 (prim) Get your advisor's approval prior to application.
  2. 4-5-0-0 119046 (prim)

    Graduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Health Communication form

    4-5-1-0 119047 (sec) Obtain a signature from your Degree Program Advisor. This is your academic advisor in your home department.

    1. 4-5-1-1 119048 (sec) Send the form in campus mail to your assigned IHC Certificate Advisor.
    2. 4-5-1-2 119049 (sec) Your IHC Certificate Advisor will obtain the signature from the appropriate Director of Graduate Studies and file the form.

  3. 4-11-0-0 119055 (prim) Have your master's thesis or doctoral dissertation topic approved by the IHC Certificate Committee.
  4. 4-12-0-0 119056 (prim) Complete the fulfillment form (available in IHC Certificate fulfillment form_10-30-12 format).

3. FYI: application review process

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  1. 7-1-0-0 119085 (prim) SPH application review:

    7-1-1-0 119086 (prim) Interview

    1. 7-1-1-1 119087 (sec) No interview required.

    7-1-6-0 119118 (prim) You will be notified via email regarding program decision.

4. This program admits students in Summer

The Gillings Program Search is a tool for exploring academic programs at the School. It is a prospectus for the current year to be used in consultation with an academic adviser and does not constitute the complete degree or program requirements for graduation or program completion.