Medical and Health Humanities undergraduate certificate
Medical and health humanities is a multidisciplinary investigation of medical and health-related topics.
This certificate program allows students pursuing careers in health or health-related majors including medicine, dentistry, nursing, athletic training, child life, and social work to broaden their understanding of medicine and health by incorporating the diverse perspectives of a variety of disciplines in the liberal arts and sciences.
You must be degree-seeking students to receive the certificate. The certificate will be awarded at the same time as the degree is awarded.
Why Study Medical and Health Humanities at Grand Valley?
- The certificate provides an opportunity to explore the human
aspects of medicine and health from the perspective of diverse disciplines.
- Faculty are devoted to teaching, scholarship, and mentoring.
- The certificate is a stackable credential that enhances your
degree and bolsters your resume.
- The certificate can be completed in one year or less.