Advance your understanding of a biopsychosocial approach to health and wellbeing.
The Behavioral Health certificate is geared towards students in occupational therapy, physical therapy, pre-medicine, speech-language pathology, nursing, and social work. You'll gain a better understanding of how social, cultural, psychological, and biological factors contribute to health and behavior.
- Program type:
- Certificates/Programs - Undergraduate
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 1 year
- Credit hours:
Why pursue behavioral health certification?
UND's Behavioral Health Certification
You'll grasp foundational knowledge of medical, mental and social/cultural impact on health and well-being.
Experience hands-on health-related research opportunities.
Focus on topics such as stress and pain management, health promotion, mental health issues, therapeutic interventions and health disparities.
Study online or on campus to earn your certificate as your pursue your degree.
Take part in activities led by the Student Psychological Association and the Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society.
Work with expert faculty to focus on your educational questions and career goals.
What can you do with a behavioral health certificate?
A Behavioral Health certificate is an excellent way for students studying occupational therapy, physical therapy, pre-medicine, speech language pathology, nursing or social work to set themselves apart from others seeking jobs in the field.
Those with behavioral health certification find success in a wide variety of settings, including:
- Community mental health centers
- Correctional programs
- Marketing research/technician
- Nonprofit organizations
- Schools and universities
Behavior Health Certificate Courses
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