Join us for a comprehensive information session about the School of Communication and Media's Arts and Health Graduate Certificate.
Thursday, June 30th, 6:00pm: Networking, 6:30pm- 7:30pm: Info Session
Morehead Hall Lounge (find it on the the campus map)
The Arts and Health graduate certificate program provides arts professionals, health care workers, and administrators from related fields with the educational background and tools needed to integrate the arts in support of health and wellness among diverse individuals and communities.
The academic program for the certificate consists of five 3-credit graduate-level courses which are delivered in a hybrid format, and may be completed within a twelve-month period. Students may also register for individual courses, which are a part of the program, for education credits (excluding the capstone practicum course) without the intent of completing the program.
The Arts and Health Certificate is ideal for individuals who want to impact a variety of cohort populations through an arts experience. (note: It is not intended for those who require full professional training for licensure or certification in any of the Expressive Arts Therapies or related disciplines.)