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Degree Pathway, Master of Public Health - Epidemiology

Degree Pathway for Master of Public Health

Core Courses1

Course #Course Name2Cr.
PUBH.5010Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health3
PUBH.5021Public Health Policy3
PUBH.5061Environmental Health3
PUBH.5070Leadership & Management in Public Health3
PUBH.5750Epidemiology & Biostatistics3
Epidemiology Courses3
Course #Course NameCr.
PUBH.5760Biostatistical Programming43
PUBH.5770Biostatistics for Health Data53
PUBH.6820Applied Epidemiology Methods3
PUBH.6870Quantitative Models for Public Health3
PUBH.6890Advanced Regression Modeling3
Public Health Practice Courses6
Course #Course NameCr.
PUBH.6660MPH Practicum3
PUBH.6670Integrated Practical learning3

Course #Course NameCr.

1Core Public Health Courses are typically offered every spring/fall semester. Courses are usually offered face-to-face but are occasionally offered in online format.
2PUBH.5750 is a prerequisite for PUBH.6820 and is typically taken in the first semester of the program.
3Epidemiology Specialization Courses are typically offered once per year in a face-to-face format.
4PUBH.5760 exposes students to statistical software packages and should be taken as early in the program as possible.
5PUBH.5770 is a prerequisite for PUBH.6870 and PUBH.6890
6Practicum courses are meant to be taken sequentially. A student typically takes PUBH.6660 in the next-to-last semester of the program and takes PUBH.6670 in the last semester before graduation.
7Students must take 6 credits of elective courses in Public Health or a field relevant to their academic program. These courses are typically selected in collaboration with 
an academic advisor or graduate program coordinator.

NOTE: This program can accompany both Part-Time and Full-Time plans of study. The program can begin in the fall or spring semester.

Total Credits = 42

Last updated: 8/10/2020