With work and family, it can be hard for someone to return to school full-time to further their education. Gaining a graduate certificate from the UAB School of Health Professions is a great way to gain the latest knowledge you need to further your career while continuing to work at the same time.

Biotechnology Regulatory Affairs

The Biotechnology Regulatory Affairs Graduate Certificate program curriculum is designed to prepare you to help ensure that your company's therapeutics, biologics, diagnostics or medical device products progress successfully through the development, manufacturing and marketing processes.

Clinical Informatics

This certificate is comprised of four completely online, self-paced courses that are designed to expand or supplement your current, working understanding of health informatics and healthcare information technology beyond the bounds of the typical on-the-job training.

Dietetic Internship

Prepares entry-level dietitians for a variety of careers in healthcare, wellness and food service management. The program offers on and off campus options. Both programs are completed in 10 months and combines supervised clinical practice with graduate coursework.

Healthcare Quality and Safety Graduate Certificate

This unique, multidisciplinary approach to the analysis and solution of complex problems prepares clinical and administrative professionals to deploy quality- and safety-focused strategies for their organization.

Low Vision Rehabilitation

Practiced-oriented certificate degree program to prepare occupational therapists to provide comprehensive, competent intervention to adults with visual impairment from age-related eye diseases and brain injury. Perfect for those needing flexible online distance learning while continuing to work full-time.