The Interprofessional Certificate in Mindfulness allows the student to develop a broad understanding of mindfulness research and theory, as well as develop skills in mindfulness practice and its specific applications in a variety of settings. The certificate requirements include core coursework (7 credits) and elective coursework (4 credits).
Elective courses are in two main areas: Mindfulness Applications courses (1 credit) and Theory/Context of Mindfulness (3 credits). Completion of a capstone project is also required. The certificate is available and appropriate to all members of the university community, undergraduate or graduate; it may be of particular interest to health science students considering a career in a healthcare profession. Completion of the certificate requires a minimum of 11 credits, which includes the capstone project. Students may opt to focus their studies in a specific emphasis area that further personalizes their application of mindfulness principles according to their intended professional path.
|DHS 5510||Fundamentals of Mindfulness||2|
|DHS 5506||The Mindful Practitioner||2|
|DHS 5501||Mindfulness in Health Science||2|
|DHS 5515||Mindfulness Capstone||1|
|Electives - Applications of Mindfulness||1|
|DHS 5508||Mindful Self-Compassion||1|
|DHS 5512||Introduction to Yoga Nidra and Mindfulness||1|
|DHS 5516||Mindfulness-Based Strength Practices||2|
|DHS 5514||Independent Study in Mindfulness||1|
|Electives - Theory of Mindfulness||3|
|DHS 5599||Experimental Course (Evidence-Based Complementary and Integrative Health)||3|