Epidemiology Graduate Option
This option is available within the Public Health major at the following location:
The Epidemiology graduate option of the MPH program is designed primarily for those interested in using their epidemiologic skills in applied settings — international health, health departments, non-governmental agencies, or CDC and WHO field programs, but can also be the basis for doctoral training in epidemiology or a complement to other doctoral or professional training.
Option Code: 7583
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Conduct research or produce some other form of creative work.
- Demonstrate mastery of subject material.
- Conduct scholarly or professional activities in an ethical manner.
- Explore public health problems pertinent to diverse populations and identify key related sources of data.
- Explain, calculate and apply epidemiological terms, measures, and methods.
- Apply principles of equity, inclusion, diversity, cultural competency, and good ethical/legal practices as they relate to study design, data collection and analysis, and reporting.
- Determine appropriate inferences from epidemiological data including identifying strengths and limitations of reports.
- Communicate epidemiologic findings to diverse audiences to empower all groups to benefit from public health information.
- Develop and evaluate evidence-based interventions and control measures to inform equitable and just public health practice as part of a team.
|H 524||INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS||4|
|H 525||EPIDEMIOLOGIC METHODS I||3|
|H 526||EPIDEMIOLOGIC METHODS II||3|
|H 564||COMPUTING TOOLS AND HEALTH DATA ANALYSIS||3|
|H 580||LINEAR REGRESSION AND ANALYSIS OF TIME TO EVENT DATA||4|
|H 581||GENERALIZED LINEAR MODELS AND CATEGORICAL DATA ANALYSIS||4|
Option Code: 7583