The Center for Health Systems & Design promotes teaching, research, and outreach in an interdisciplinary program that focuses on health facility design and planning. Students who engage in the Center for Health Systems & Design certificate program are offered many academic advantages.

The Certificate in Health Systems Design (HSD) provides students in any graduate degree program at Texas A&M University an opportunity to develop a body of knowledge in health design that will further their career goals.
Students seeking the Certificate in Health Systems & Design must be enrolled at Texas A&M University. Please follow the Admissions link for more information about applying to Texas A&M University.
The College of Architecture provides academic advising through the Student Services Office. Students may also direct inquires about the Certificate to members of the Certificate Council: Mardelle Shepley, Susan Rodiek, Kirk Hamilton, Roger Ulrich, and George Mann.
Other Progams
The Center for Health Systems & Design coordinates with other programs and organizations around the nation including The Center for Health Design (CHD) and Global University Programs in Architecture for Health (GUPHA).