Certificate in Epidemiology


For graduation with a Certificate in Epidemiology, students must complete 15 Core Course credits. The minimum prerequisite is one college-level statistics course.  Each student will be paired with an Academic Advisor (assigned in the summer prior to Fall matriculation) to discuss their specific curriculum and plan for completion. The Certificates are offered on a full-time and part-time basis.

Possible Schedule for (full-time) Certificate in Epidemiology

Year 1, Semester 1 (Fall):
BIST 540: Experimental Design/Clinical Trials
BIST 545: Quantitative Data Analysis & Reporting
One Elective (chosen from):
          ♦ BIST 502: Applied Biostatistics
          ♦ BIST 511: Statistical Inference
          ♦ TBIO 545: Cancer Epidemiology

Year 1, Semester 2 (Spring):
BIST 505: Epidemiology and Public Health (Elective Course)
One Elective (chosen from):
          ♦ BIST 512: Categorical Data Analysis
          ♦ BIST 541: Principles of Epidemiology
          ♦ BIST 919: Independent Study
 

Possible Schedule for (part-time) Certificate in Epidemiology

Year 1, Semester 1 (Fall):
BIST 540: Experimental Design/Clinical Trials
BIST 545: Quantitative Data Analysis & Reporting

Year 1, Semester 2 (Spring):
BIST 505: Epidemiology and Public Health (Elective Course)

Year 2, Semester 1 (Fall):
One Elective (chosen below):
          ♦ BIST 502: Applied Biostatistics
          ♦ BIST 511: Statistical Inference
          ♦ TBIO 545: Cancer Epidemiology

Year 2, Semester 2 (Spring):
One Elective (chosen from):
          ♦ BIST 512: Categorical Data Analysis
          ♦ BIST 541: Principles of Epidemiology
          ♦ BIST 919: Independent Study