The personalized & genomic medicine certificate program provides an opportunity for current and future healthcare professionals, researchers and recent graduates of scientific programs to acquire knowledge and skills in the emerging field of personalized medicine.
Personalized medicine is an evolving scientific and clinical reality with the potential to transform healthcare and improve health outcomes. Personalized medicine requires the integration of numerous data sources, including clinical observations
and imaging, -omics datasets (e.g., genomic, transcriptomic, epigenomic, metabolomic and proteomic data), and electronic health records. This online certificate program focuses on genomics, including the genetic underpinnings of disease and
treatment response as well as integration of genetic data with other -omics and electronic health data.
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Personalized and Genomic Medicine Online Graduate Certificate Program
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This program is designed for current and future healthcare professionals, research professionals, and recent graduates who are interested in pursuing further studies in personalized medicine and genomics. This certificate is for students who are looking for initial exposure to personalized medicine or expertise in the field for an employment opportunity.
Tuition & Fees
Investing in your future is a big decision. However, becoming a fully online student at the University of Colorado is a high-quality and affordable option for learners of all types. Tuition and fees are based largely on the degree program you enroll in.
The tuition amount assessed is determined based on which University of Colorado campus, school, or college is offering your degree program, as well as if it is at the undergrad or graduate level, and finally your resident status. Visit our tuition and financial aid page for more information.
The Personalized and Genomic Medicine certificate takes two semesters, on average, and can be completed fully online. The certificate requires 12 credits and four online courses.
June 1: Fall Start
Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree (minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0) and be proficient in English language skills.
|Course #||Required?||Course Name||Credit Hours||Semester|
|PMED6010||Yes||Foundations in Personalized Health||3||Fall|
|PMED6210||Yes||Multi-omic Approaches in Personalized Medicine||3||Spring|
|BIOS6310||No – either 6310 or 6910 must be taken||Practical Clinical Research Informatics *||3||Spring|
|PMED6910||No – either 6310 or 6910 must be taken||Applications and Challenges in Personalized Medicine||3||Spring|
*This course has a pre-requisite of having basic familiarity in R programming/R studio. Students will be offered an opportunity to take a 1 credit course in the fall and/or given online resources to meet this pre-requisite.
Connect with the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus: Elizabeth.Kudron@cuanschutz.edu