MPH With Epidemiology Concentration Curriculum

Epidemiology Curriculum with a Quantitative Methods Focus Research Option

Allows students to complete the MPH Degree in two years on a full-time basis. Students must be able to attend courses during the day. Prerequisites: Linear Algebra, Calculus or equivalent.

  • Public Health Core Courses

    Take all 5 courses for a total of 15 credits

    • A519 Environmental Science in Public Health (3 credits)
    • B561 Introduction to Biostatistics I (3 credits)
    • E517 Fundamentals of Epidemiology (3 credits)
    • H501 U.S. Health Care Systems and Health Policy (3 credits)
    • S500 Social and Behavioral Science in Public Health (3 credits)
  • Epidemiology Required Courses
    • B552 Fundamentals of Data Management (3 credits)
    • B571 Biostat Method I: Linear Models in Public Health (3 credits)
    • B572 Biostat Method II: Categorical Data Analysis (4 credits)
    • B582 Introduction to Clinical Trials (3 credits)
    • E601 Advanced EPI Methods/Applications (3 credits)
    • E629 Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology (3 credits)
    • E635 Foundations in Public Health Informatics (3 credits)
    • E653 Epidemiologic Meta-analysis (3 credits)
    • E704 Epidemiology Concentration Project (3 credits)

Sample Schedule

Below is a sample schedule for how you can complete the MPH with a concentration in Epidemiology in two years. 

  • Sample Full-Time Schedule

    Fall Year 1

    • S500 Social and Behavioral Science in Public Health (3 credits)
    • E517 Fundamentals of Epidemiology (3 credits)
    • B561 Introduction to Biostatistics I (3 credits)


    Spring Year 1

    • E601 Advanced Epidemiology (3 credits)
    • B552 Fundamentals of Data Management (3 credits)
    • A519 Environmental Science in Public Health (3 credits)


    Summer Year 1

    • H501 U.S. Health Care Systems Health Policy (3 credits)
    • E602 Public Health Internship (3 credits)
    • E653 Epidemiologic Meta-analysis (3 credits)


    Fall Year 2

    • B582 Introduction to Clinical Trials or Epidemiologic Meta-Analysis (3 credits)
    • E629 Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology (3 credits)
    • B571 Biostat Method I: Linear Model in Public Health (4 credits)


    Spring Year 2

    • B572 Biostat Method II: Categorical Data Analysis (4 credits)
    • E635 Foundations of Public Heath Informatics (3 credits)
    • E704 Epidemiology Concentration Project (3 credits)

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