Center for Law in Science and Global Health
International Bioethics, Social Justice and Health Graduate Certificate Program
The International Bioethics, Social Justice and Health Certificate Program is a graduate level certificate program allowing students an opportunity to integrate the study of international bioethics and social justice mechanisms with the global problem of health disparities.
The International Bioethics, Social Justice and Health Certificate Program is available
for graduate students, in good standing, already enrolled in any other University
of Washington graduate degree programs.
Admissions to the certificate program will be considered three times a year in the
fall, winter and spring by the Certificate Steering Committee. The deadlines
for applications are September 1 (fall quarter), December 1 (winter quarter), and
March 1 (spring quarter).
Applicants must submit the following items to:
Center for Law in Science and Global Health, University of Washington School of Law, Wm. H. Gates Hall, Box 353020, Seattle, WA 98195-3020:
- A completed Graduate Certificate Program application form.
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A typed one page statement of purpose, which includes educational and professional
background, reasons for joining the program, career goals, and how the Graduate
Certificate in International Bioethics, Social Justice and Health will contribute
to those goals.
- CV or resume.
- Current UW graduate school