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Comprehensive academic advising throughout your time in the program will help you to develop a course map to best meet your professional learning goals with respect to public health methods, frameworks, and content depth.

Below is a sample course map for Spring admits to help guide you through the Epidemiology & Biostatistics Concentration curriculum requirements. The Epidemiology & Biostatistics Concentration demands specific skill building and has a more prescribed course map than other program options.

Do you have questions about your course map and how it aligns with your professional and learning goals? Please reach out to Dr. Sandi McCoy, Faculty Lead for the Epidemiology & Biostatistics Concentration.

First Year

Spring Semester

Courses

PHW200G: Health and Social Behavior (Spring Full Term)

-Core/Breadth Course

PHW250: Epidemiological Methods I (Spring Full Term)

-Core/Breadth Course

Units

3

 

 

 

3

Summer Semester

Courses

PHW200E: Introduction to Health Policy and Management (Summer 1)

-Core/Breadth Course

PHW219, PHW268 or Elective: (Summer 2)

-PHW219 and PHW268 are options for the “Additional Courses” requirement

-You can view all Summer 2 Elective options in the Program Calendar

Units

3

 

 

3

Fall Semester

Courses

PHW200F: Introduction to Environmental Health Sciences (Fall Full Term)

-Core/Breadth Course

PHW142: Introduction to Probability and Statistics (Fall Full Term)

-Core/Breadth Course

Units

2

 

 

4

Second Year

Spring Semester

Courses

PHW241R: Intermediate Biostatistics for Public Health (Spring Full Term)

-Required Epidemiology & Biostatistics Course

PHW225A/B: Implementation Science (Spring 1 and Spring 2)*

-Option for “Additional Course” requirement. PH252C: Intervention Trial Design is another option.

*Two 1-unit courses

Units

4

 

 

2

Summer Semester

Courses

PHW289: Interdisciplinary Seminar (Summer 1)

-Core/Breadth Course

Elective: (Summer 2)

-You can view all Summer 2 Elective options in the Program Calendar

Units

3

 

 

3

Fall Semester

Courses

PHW250B: Epidemiologic Methods II (Fall Full Term)

-Required Epidemiology & Biostatistics Course

PHW251: R for Public Health (Fall Full Term)

-Option for required Competency in Data Management

Units

4

 

 

2

Spring Semester

Courses

PHW272A: Introduction to GIS for Public Health (Spring 1)

-Elective

PHW272C: Applied Spatial Data Analysis for Public Health (Spring 2)

-Option for Additional Course in Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Units

3

 

 

 

3

 

 

Total Units:: 42