For detailed information about the components about the Epidemiology degree, including coursework, certificates, practicum, and thesis, consult the Department of Epidemiology Master's Guidelines.
The two-year Master of Science (MS) in Epidemiology is a research degree, usually undertaken by individuals who hold another graduate or professional degree in a related discipline such as MD, DDS, DO, MSN, or PhD. The program is designed to provide trainees with a command of major concepts and techniques in epidemiology as well as a solid foundation in biostatistics. Students learn the skills necessary to develop testable hypotheses and design research proj- ects, from clinical trials to broad population studies. Graduates of the program often go on to become independent researchers.
More information on Admission Requirements.
The Department also offers an Online MS in Epidemiology. For more information, visit the Online MS website.