Certificate in Nutrition, Food, and Hunger

The Certificate in Nutrition, Food, and Hunger is designed to teach participants about the global health challenges and potential solutions relating to nutrition and food accessibility. Participants learn about malnutrition, food distribution, health problems associated with hunger, and other related topics, which are integral to global health.

Enrollment in the Certificate in Nutrition, Food, and Hunger is available to any student or professional who is interested in public health challenges related to nutrition and food. The total cost to enroll in the Nutrition, Food, and Hunger Certificate Program is $65.

To enroll, please submit your registration fee online, and  you will be provide with access to the Nutrition, Food, and Hunger Certificate Program within one business day.

There is not a deadline for completion, and you may work on the coursework at your own pace.

Curriculum

The Certificate in Nutrition, Food, and Hunger requires online completion of:

Benefits of the Certificate in Nutrition, Food, and Hunger

  • Receive a Global Health Certificate and transcript.
  • Learn how to apply knowledge and skills to your current or future work in global health.
  • An opportunity for individual mentoring and guidance from Global Health University’s faculty.
  • Global Health University will provide letters of recommendation upon request

Grading System

Upon enrolling, participants gain access to the online submission system where they will submit 1-paragraph responses about each module of the online courses. Each response is read and evaluated by Unite For Sight’s Global Health University faculty. The Scholar receives an evaluation of Honors, Pass, Low Pass, or Fail on their Global Health University Transcript.

  • Honors: Responses are of excellent quality, demonstrating critical analysis and a comprehensive understanding about the course material.
  • Pass: Responses provide summaries that are of good quality, but there is little additional thought or analysis.
  • Low Pass: Responses provide summaries that are of mediocre quality and demonstrate minimal effort.
  • Fail: Responses are of poor quality and demonstrate a lack of effort or lack of understanding.

Special Information For Universities and International Programs

As described above, upon enrolling in Global Health University, participants gain access to an online submission system in which they submit 1-paragraph responses about each module of the online courses. Each response is read and evaluated by Unite For Sight’s Global Health University faculty. The participant receives an evaluation of Honors, Pass, Low Pass, or Fail on their Global Health University Transcript.  This transcript may be submitted to your program or university as confirmation of a participant’s completion of the Certificate Program in Nutrition, Food, and Hunger.

 

 

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