Loyola's commitment to serve people who live on the margins and suffer other injustices includes efforts to eliminate disparities in access to health care in Chicago and throughout the world. The Public Health Certificate (PHC) program trains students to address racial and economic health disparities through public health research, practice, and advocacy. Loyola's campuses, in racially and economically diverse communities, provide "real-world" experience during your certificate courses, and our health professionals and faculty are committed to promoting social justice in the Jesuit tradition.
To learn more about state and international authorization of programs, please refer to our State and International Authorization page. To learn more about the accreditation of Loyola University Chicago and its schools, as well as information about professional licensure, visit our Accreditation page.