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Medical Anthropology (Certificate NDP)

The Medical Anthropology (Certificate NDP) program is offered by University of Arizona.

Quick Facts

 
Full-time Duration: 2 years
Starting in: August, January
Tuition Fee: $10,063 per semester
Location: Tucson, United States

The Graduate Certificate in Medical Anthropology provides advanced training in Medical Anthropology for University of Arizona graduate students, as well as for health science professionals and social scientists from universities that do not offer specialized training in Medical Anthropology. UA Anthropology graduate students may not participate in the certificate program.

Educational Opportunity

The Graduate Certificate in Medical Anthropology requires the completion of 12 credit hours. These include 9 units earned in coursework (see course list and conditions below) and a three-credit research project resulting in a publishable paper or defendable grant proposal.

Program Structure

  • The certificate is a variable schedule program that can be completed in two to four years.

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