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The graduate certificate in Quality Improvement in Health Care offers a unique well-rounded program that brings together the experience of Eastern Michigan University’s College of Business (Management), School of Engineering Technology (Quality Improvement), and College of Health and Human Services (Nursing and Health Administration).
The graduate certificate requires 12 credit hours of graduate coursework. If you decide to pursue future study, all courses may be applied toward a Master of Science in Nursing or a Master of Science in Quality offered through the School of Engineering Technology.
Classes are scheduled and designed specifically for the working adult. Courses are held at EMU-Livonia on weekday evenings and the entire program can be completed by taking courses one night a week.
Applicants to the graduate certificate in Quality Improvement in Health Care must meet EMU Graduate School requirements for admission and hold an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution with a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale.
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