ECHO, SPH: Graduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Health Disparities (CIHD Residential) Application Details

UNC Gillings Application Details
ECHO, SPH: Graduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Health Disparities (CIHD Residential)

Building on the mission of ECHO, this certificate provides a unique training opportunity for graduate and professional learners interested in the science of disparity reduction. Students engage in learning about the complexity of health disparities and are encouraged to utilize interdisciplinary and innovative approaches in their research or public health practice.

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Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; however, enrollment decisions are only made once yearly in June/July for acceptance the following academic year. See application details page for more info.

1. Complete an application form

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Application Deadline: May 8, 2015
  1. 4-1-0-0 119039 (prim) Get your advisor's approval prior to application.
  2. 4-6-0-0 119050 (prim) Please complete the ECHO online application.
  3. 4-13-0-0 119057 (prim) NOTE: For students or professionals completing coursework through Part-time Classroom Studies who are not currently enrolled at UNC-Chapel Hill (non-matriculating students), please visit The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education website for an online UNC Continuing Education/Part-time Classroom Studies Application. This is an additional application process for non-matriculating students. For additional questions about this process including deadlines, course fees, location, and times, please contact the Part-time Classroom Studies office, at 919-962-1134.

2. 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.

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.

Program Contact:

Anissa Vines
Research Asst. Professor

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(919) 843-3539
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Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7435
USA