Certificate -- This certificate is an "added" certificate, meaning that only current Binghamton graduate students are eligible to apply.
Through interdisciplinary coursework, you will build your professional skills and position yourself for success in the workplace. You will complete 43 credits in biomedical anthropology, plus 13 credits in professional skills courses. This “plus” component moves beyond the training of a traditional master’s degree in biomedical anthropology. It emphasizes leadership skills, business and project management, ethics and legal principles, communication skills, and team-building skills. You will develop these skills through coursework and workshops, as well as internships and group projects in employer-based settings.
Binghamton University - SUNY is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.