The Graduate Certificate in Dissemination and Implementation is a 16-credit certificate program for young investigators committed to pursuing academic careers in dissemination and implementation research.

Program overview

  • Students will gain knowledge and be able to describe crucial considerations in the design of survey sample and cluster level interventions, relate emerging metrics distinctive to implementation research including of implementation processes, context, adaptation and implementation outcomes and understand pitfalls and opportunities for use of widely representative non-research data such as from electronic medical records and administrative databases
  • On average, scholars complete the certificate requirements within one to two years. All coursework must be successfully completed within five years from the start of the first course. Credits cannot be transferred into the program.
  • The evening course format allows for full or part-time enrollment that can accommodate clinical schedules at any point in a career.
  • The certificate is available in four different tracks: Clinical Investigation, Translational Medicine, Genetics/Genomics, Dissemination and Implementation.

Core courses

Tuition & Assistance

Tuition for the 2020-2021 Academic Year is $1,380 per credit for Medical School Graduate Programs. New tuition rates always begin on July 1 of each year.