New course entitled Fundamentals of Product Stewardship will be offered this fall in a completely on-line format through the Indiana University's Fairbanks School of Public Health

New course entitled Fundamentals of Product Stewardship will be offered this fall in a completely on-line format through the Indiana University's Fairbanks School of Public Health.

The Fundamentals of Product Stewardship course at the Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health will be offered this fall on Monday evenings for $975  (no Indiana University credits).  Participants will earn a certificate of course completion.  For those who want Indiana University graduate school credits the cost will be $1388 for Indiana residents, and $3427 for non-residents, and they will need to apply for acceptance into the graduate program.

In addition, this program intends to provide a range of products and services to meet industry's education and training needs -- including an entirely on-line certificate program, a hybrid-format graduate degree program (Masters of Public Health - MPH), and a planned summer institute featuring condensed learning opportunities. As the MPH in Product Stewardship program evolves, there will be opportunities to leverage both the for-credit and non-credit versions of this fall offering.  Therefore, even if you are interested in the future degree program, it is recommended that you register for the certificate course.

Here is the link to enable registration under the updated $975 fee structure for the course:  https://indianauniv.ungerboeck.com/prod/emc00/register.aspx?OrgCode=10&EvtID=6357&AppCode=REG