In addition to certificates offered directly by Harris, you can also take advantage of interdisciplinary certificate opportunities in other schools and departments at UChicago. 

Graduate Program in Health Administration and Policy

The UChicago School of Social Service Administration's Graduate Program in Health Administration and Policy (GPHAP) will train you to guide health care organizations through various economic, ethical, and social issues, as well as the financial demands of this complex field. This unique program allows Harris students the opportunity to earn either a Certificate in Health Administration and Policy or a Certificate in Health Administration and Policy with a Concentration in Global Health as part of their public policy degree from Harris, while providing a pathway to a paid summer internship.

Certificate in Health Administration and Policy

The Certificate in Health Administration and Policy will provide you with a strong background in process, politics, and economics of public revenue and expenditure decisions, practices, and techniques of modern financial administration, and the operation of the municipal securities market.

Global Health Certificate Program

The global burden of disease poses a significant barrier to the well-being of people around the world. GPHAP's Global Health Certificate Program is designed for students interested in addressing health issues that cross national borders.

More Information

For more information on how to apply, contact the UChicago School of Social Service Administration Graduate Program in Health Administration and Policy or contact Laura Botwinick, director of GPHAP, at lbotwinick@uchicago.edu. To apply, you must be enrolled in or admitted to Harris or one of the participating professional schools.

Certificate in Computational Social Science

The Certificate in Computational Social Science is offered by the Division of the Social Sciences.

The four-course certificate is open to any University of Chicago graduate student. You will need to complete three core courses (Perspectives on Computational Analysis, Computational Modeling, Computational Research) and an additional course in computer programming. You will also need to participate in the Computational Social Science Workshop on an occasional basis.