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Advanced Certificate in Analytic Epidemiology

The advanced certificate in analytic epidemiology is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and tools to assess and understand health-related information as encountered in their professional or personal lives.

Program Description

The advanced certificate in analytic epidemiology is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge and tools to assess and understand health-related information as encountered in their professional or personal lives.

Program Objective

To provide researchers and other interested individuals with a practical understanding of quantitative research methods including survey development, case control studies, cohort studies, randomized controlled trials, pragmatic trials and quasi experimental methods, as well as qualitative research methods including ethnographic interviewing, participant observation, focus groups, and community-based participatory research.

Educational Objectives

Learners will develop a comprehensive understanding of the science of epidemiology, and acquire the skills necessary to conduct epidemiologic research and interpret epidemiologic research findings

Curriculum

An Advanced Certificate program is a post-Baccalaureate course of academic study designed for students and practitioners who seek to enhance their professional development. Certificates consist of 4 or 5 courses (12-15 credits). Up to 10 credits can be applied to a subsequent Master’s degree, if desired.

Required Courses Course Name When Offered
PM 410 Intro to Data Management and Analysis Fall, Summer
PM 415 Principles of Epidemiology Fall

Plus One of the Following:

Course ID Course Name When Offered
PM 401 Quantitative Methods Fall, Summer
BST 463 Introduction to Biostatistics Fall, Summer

Plus One of the Following

Course ID Course Name When Offered
PM 416 Advanced Epi Methods Spring
BST 464 Linear Regression Fall

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Current Students

Caledonia Corwin

Caledonia Corwin

Morgan Kramer

Morgan Kramer