This certificate program is intended to educate students at the graduate level in the biological and medical sciences. The focus will be on advanced education in basic and clinical research in the fields of microbiology and immunology. The MIGC program is open to candidates who have a Bachelor’s Degree.
With completion of this certificate program, students will attain a detailed medically relevant knowledge of important concepts, at the graduate level, in the fields of microbiology (bacteriology, virology, mycology, and parasitology) and immunology. This knowledge will enhance the student’s ability to be successful in a variety of biomedical science disciplines, a research career, or to succeed in further graduate or medical education.
The MIGCP is affiliated with the Ph.D. Graduate Program of Immunobiology.
Click the following links for information on:
- Admission Requirements
- MIGCP Curriculum
- How to Apply
- Administrative Questions: Nicole Swinteck, Program Coordinator, Sr. | 520-626-0710
- Academic Questions: Richard Friedman, PhD., Academic Director of MIGCP | 520-626-7807
**Please be advised** certificate programs are not eligible for federal student loans. For more information on financial aid please contact the Financial Aid Office.