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About Our Infection Prevention and Control Certificate
Develop Best Practices for Infection Prevention and Control
American Sentinel’s Infection Prevention and Control Certificate (IPC) courses give clinicians, nurses, physicians, managers, infection control team members and other healthcare professionals the knowledge they need to develop best practices for infection prevention and control. Our 15-credit Infection Prevention and Control Certificate is one of the few academic certificate programs available in this area of expertise.
Infection Prevention and Control Certificate Program Features
American Sentinel offers a flexible, online study format, allowing students to fit their infection control course work into their busy schedules. Features of the program include:
Infection Control Certificate Eligibility
A bachelor’s degree in a healthcare-related field (public health, nursing, dietetics, microbiology etc.) is a required prerequisite for the Infection Prevention and Control Certificate. The individual must have received a minimum GPA of 2.0, as shown on the college transcript.
How Do I Choose Between an IPC Certificate or an MSN with Specialization in IPC?
MSN, specialization in IPC
What You’ll Learn in Our Infection Prevention and Control Certificate Program
This program provides graduates with the knowledge of core competencies used in infection control and best practices for the prevention of infection outbreaks.
This certificate verifies a graduate’s academic preparation and provides a credential in the field of infection prevention and control. American Sentinel’s Infection Prevention and Control Certificate is one of the few certificate programs available for a healthcare professional looking to gain a strong understanding of best practices and the implementation of an IPC program