Open to:

  • post-baccalaureate students seeking to earn a graduate credential

This graduate certificate program provides students in various disciplines and professions with training in Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine (HP/BM). By completing this program, students will have understandings of the psychological and biobehavioral aspects of stress and its relationship to health and disease processes, age-related changes in primary organ systems of the body and the psychological and biobehavioral changes associated with aging, and the interaction of psychological, behavioral and biological factors relevant to the prevention, control and progression of primary causes of disability and death, e.g., cancer, cardiovascular disease. 

Barbara Andersen, professor in the Department of Psychology

Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine Curriculum