Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Science Graduate Certificate Program


Program Requirements

Core elements of the program include:

  • A minimum of 12 graduate credit hours
  • 3 required courses (6 - 7 credit hours, offered as hybrid online/in-person format - see table 1)
  • Elective courses (5 - 6 credit hours - see table 2)
Table 1. Required courses for the D&I Certificate
Course NameInstructorExisting or NewFormatCreditsTiming
CLSC 7653 Introduction to Dissemination and Implementation Research in HealthRabin/StudtsExistingHybrid online3*Fall (yearly)
CLSC 6560 Designs and Mixed Methods in Implementation ResearchHoltropExistingHybrid online2Spring (yearly)
CLSC 6750 Designing for Dissemination and SustainabilityKwan/MorratoExistingHybrid online2Summer (yearly)
Total   6-7* 
*3 credit hours in Fall 2020 and going forward – was 2 credit hours for students in Fall 2019 and prior sessions
Table 2. Elective Courses for the D&I Certificate
Course NameInstructorExisting or NewFormatCreditsTiming
CLSC 6850 Advanced Topics in Dissemination and Implementation Science (this class can be taken twice for up to 2 credits)HuebschmannExistingHybrid online1Fall, Spring, (yearly)
Understanding D&I Context and AdaptationGlasgow/ RabinNewHybrid online2Spring (yearly)
CLSC 6770 Getting Your Implementation Science Grants and Articles Funded (CLSC 7653 prerequisite)Glasgow/
Brownson
NewOnline2Summer (yearly)
Electives approved by Certificate director apart from these courses   0-2 credit hoursVaries