Epidemiology is a core discipline in public health, and the department offers graduate programs that provide practical and clinically relevant experiences based on research excellence. Programs provide training in epidemiology and biostatistics; students may choose an area of emphasis, such as aging, infectious disease, or obesity and nutrition.
Master of Public Health in Epidemiology
Gain a broad overview of epidemiology, biostatistics, and environmental influences on health, public health planning, and health services.
Master of Science in Epidemiology
Gain concentrated training in epidemiological concepts, skills, and methodology with a research focus.
Doctor of Philosophy in Epidemiology
Gain an advanced level of academic preparation in epidemiology to conduct research, teach, and mentor students.