Study cutting-edge skills and techniques in areas such as biotech and biomedical research, nursing, health care administration, mental health, data management and social work.
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Learn how the Certificate in Gerontology helped one woman find her true calling in working with the elderly.
Learn how to use statistical concepts to answer important scientific questions. Apply different techniques for analyzing data from scientific and medical research.
Investigate the foundational science behind drug development, and learn about the latest development and manufacturing techniques used in the pharmaceutical industry.
Learn about the role of a biomedical products regulatory affairs specialist and the dynamic nature of the field. Explore the regulatory jurisdiction of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Explore the key skills needed for project management within the biotech environment from a clinical, technical and regulatory perspective.
Develop a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts and principles that guide the design and implementation of different types of clinical trials.
Learn how to apply the principles of health economics to improve decision making in a complex health care environment involving technologies, systems and infrastructure.
Acquire a deep understanding of the pharmaceutical development pipeline and get advanced training in drug design, molecular targeting, and cellular and physiological mechanisms.
Learn the key aspects of taking a medical product — drug, device or biologic — from concept to market, including clinical trials and post-marketing surveillance.
Learn how to use technical applications and information systems to manage health data and information. Study health care privacy and security, compliance, and standards, and acquire leadership skills.
Prepare to become a general clinical practitioner and get your registered nurse license in Washington state in this intensive program.
Complete foundational coursework in this intensive, five-quarter program designed for people with a bachelor’s or advanced degree outside the communication sciences and disorders discipline.
Study advanced nursing techniques and qualify to apply for national certification in a selected specialty.
Develop your ability to help people with movement system problems and prepare to become a licensed physical therapist through coursework, mentored clinical internships and evidence-based practice.
Take your career to the next level with this experience-rich program that develops transformational leaders prepared to initiate positive change in an increasingly complex health care environment.
Develop the high-level expertise needed to fulfill requirements for data reporting, performance improvement and related health care measurements and analytics.
Acquire the specialized skills to manage health information and electronic records in a variety of health care settings. Become eligible to take the RHIA certification exam.
Explore different aspects of children’s social and emotional well-being and learn how to diagnose and treat psychosocial difficulties and disorders.
Acquire practical, hands-on experience to become a transformational leader in health care delivery management. Learn to manage organizational and technological change in complex health care settings.
Position yourself to step into leadership and technology roles in the development and management of enterprise-level health information systems.
Participate in a cohort-based program that combines the study of core public health competencies with a commitment to social and racial justice and health equity issues.
Study an innovative curriculum offering a rigorous foundation in statistical methods and biomedical data analysis, including both theory and application.
Learn to manage and evaluate the use of information technology and informatics applications to improve patient care processes and outcomes.
Prepare for professional clinical practice as a medical speech-language pathologist in hospital and rehabilitation settings.
Acquire the competencies to become a leader in public health, with a focus on promoting health equity and embracing social justice.
Gain the foundational skills for delivering integrated, person-centered palliative care using a team-based approach.
Examine aging from multiple perspectives: the individual, family and society. Develop knowledge that will help you better serve older adults in a variety of contexts.
Learn how to be an effective guardian for developmentally disabled adults, elderly individuals with disabilities or diminished capacity, and other adults declared incapacitated by the courts.
Enhance your ability to support individuals, families and communities through your social work practice. Choose one of two advanced specializations.