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Certificates for undergraduate and graduate students

With the growing demand for focused, specialized knowledge, a certificate can be an important way for health care professionals to increase their qualifications. Certificates are intended to supplement rather than replace an academic degree. 

Certificate in health informatics Professor talks to three students around a table

Both nurses and non-nurses can earn a U-M School of Nursing certificate in health informatics with completion of just 16 credits in a web-blended curriculum, which prepares students to sit for a variety of informatics certifications. This certificate is for graduate students.

Certificate in nursing education

This certificate is designed for individuals who seek to enhance their teaching skills and techniques related to the field of nursing. The certificate in nursing education is only available to those currently in our MSN, DNP or Ph.D. program at the U-M School of Nursing.

Post-master's advanced practice certificates

These certificates are designed for individuals who have already completed a master's or doctoral program. The advanced practice certificate provides additional advanced practice skills in leading and managing health in a different focus area than the original master's degree. Options include adult-gerontology acute care NP; adult-gerontology primary care NP; primary care family NP; and nurse-midwifery.

For questions regarding the above certificates:

Prospective students  should contact the Recruiting & Admissions team at [email protected].

Current students should contact the Graduate Student Advising team at [email protected].

U-M School of Nursing
426 N. Ingalls Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2003

Interprofessional mini-certificate in trauma-informed practice (TIP)

The focus of this program is on trauma-exposed children and adolescents and interprofessional practice among nurses, teachers and social workers. The mini-certificate will be awarded to students (undergraduate and graduate) who complete all three one-credit mini-courses (HS540/541/542). Each course meets only once, for a full-day Saturday interactive workshop.  Requirements include pre-learnings, debriefing and a post-workshop reflective essay. 

Contact Dr. Julia Seng with questions on the TIP mini-certificate: [email protected]

Learn more and visit us

The School of Nursing remains committed to welcoming prospective applicants and connecting with you! We offer a number of on-campus events, virtual information sessions and live webinars featuring our distinguished faculty members. For more information and to register for an event, see the U-M School of Nursing visitor information page.