Inter-professional Collaboration for Multiple Chronic Conditions Certificate

Certificate Outcomes:

  1. Integrate selected conceptual threads to promote the well-being of persons with multiple chronic conditions utilizing inter-professional team collaboration.
  2. Synthesize evidence-based practice within an inter-professional paradigm to improve patient care outcomes.
  3. Utilize interdisciplinary competencies to implement strategies that support a healthy living environment for persons with diverse physical, emotional and cultural needs.
  4. Utilize collaborative leadership to implement strategies that meet the regulatory guidelines applicable to persons with disabilities.
Program Contact Information:

Dr. Ursula A. Pritham
Graduate Program Director
Phone: (912) 478-0017

General Admission Requirements
1. Must meet discipline specific criteria as noted in the Graduate Catalog.
2. Minimum graduate GPA of 3.0 (on 4.0 scale)
3. Current RN license in state of residence (if a nurse).  Not required for other disciplines.
4. Pre-admission interview by nursing faculty (by phone, electronic media, or in person)
5. Submission/completion of the College of Graduate Studies application (online)
6. Proof of current malpractice liability insurance
7. Must have the capability to fully utilize and interact within the on-line course delivery format of the institution

Specific Admission Policies

The Inter-professional Collaboration for Multiple Chronic Conditions certificate student will be admitted in Non-degree status and ineligible to enroll in other graduate courses unless admitted to that program. Only grades of “B” or better earned in the certificate are eligible for application to the certificate.


Progression Policy

A student admitted Non-Degree to the Inter-professional Collaboration for Multiple Chronic Conditions Certificate option must have an overall 3.0 GPA, with the minimum of a “B” letter grade in each course in order to earn the certificate. Students will become academically ineligible to continue course work if a grade of “C”, “D”, “F”, or “WF” is earned in any of the courses. Students must also meet any applicable College of Graduate Studies and discipline specific progression policies.


Last updated: 3/8/2017

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