CPDM Admissions and Tuition

 
 
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Application Deadlines

Application deadlines are always the second Tuesday of the month in which they occur. See the table below for specific dates.

Start Date Application Deadline
January 2015 December 9, 2014

 

Degree Requirement

No specific degree level is required for admission into the Community Preparedness and Disaster Management Certificate Program. The application fee is $75. Instructions on how to submit the fee will be given to you during the online application process.
 

Required Application Materials
All applicants to the Community Preparedness and Disaster Management Certificate Program must submit the following:

  1. Current Resume
  2. Essay. Prepare a two page (500 word) statement of purpose addressing the following: How will this certificate program at UNC-CH contribute to your projected career? We use a team based learning approach, and are looking for students who will benefit from and contribute to the learning environment. What do you bring to the table? Please provide any additional information that you think will strengthen your application.
  3. Completion of online Graduate School application. You may start your application by logging into https://app.applyyourself.com/AYApplicantLogin/fl_ApplicantLogin.asp?id=unc-ch. Applications for the next academic year are available in August. A current email address is a required field on the application since all correspondence is conducted by email. If you have problems with the online form, call 919 962-HELP (919 962-4357) or submit an online help request at https://www.unc.edu/ar-bin/websub/index.pl.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

You will be required to upload a document to the college transcript section of your online application. If you do not have a college transcript, uploading a Word document indicating that a transcript does not apply is an acceptable alternative.
 
Mailing Address:
Department of Health Policy and Management
Certificate Programs
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
CB #7411
120 Rosenau Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7411

Residency
To qualify as a resident for tuition purposes, a person must have established legal residence (domicile) in North Carolina and maintained that legal residence for at least 12-months immediately prior to his or her classification as a resident for tuition purposes.

For more information and to fill out the residency application, see the Registrar’s Residency information at:
http://registrar.unc.edu/academic-services/residency/
 
Please submit the residency application form to Lynnette Jones, Registrar, by mail at:
120 Rosenau Hall
CB #7411
UNC Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7411
or by fax at:
919-843-4980
 
Tuition and Fees for the Current Academic Year
 
The latest information on costs for the CPDM program can be found by visiting the most current Tuition and Fee Rates document, found under the Charges for Attendance heading on the University Finance Division web site.
 
Scroll down to the Health Affairs/School of Public Health Off Campus Programs section of the document. Please note that tuition and fees are subject to change.

 

Contact information

Admission Questions
Kim Sieler, Assistant Registrar
DrPH, Executive Master’s and Certificate Programs
919-966-7364
krsieler@email.unc.edu

Residency Questions

Lynnette Jones, Registrar
Student Services Manager
919-966-7391
ljones3@email.unc.edu
Jackie Siler, Assistant Registrar
Residential Master’s and BSPH Programs
919-966-4609
jsiler@email.unc.edu


Program Questions

Bill Gentry Program Director
919-966-4228
wgentry@email.unc.edu


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