Columbia University's Department of Epidemiology has a summer institute called episummer@columbia. It provides opportunities to gain foundational knowledge and applied skills for advancing population health research. Episummer@columbia’s intensive short courses are offered either at the Mailman School of Public Health in New York City or in online distance learning formats.
episummer@columbia in the classroom
With courses on causal frameworks, statistical software, and specific health domains such as cancer and injury prevention, episummer@columbia is the ideal program for anyone seeking to acquire new research skills and network with a community of peers in New York City during the month of June. Our classroom-based courses vary in length from 4 hours to 20 hours. Each week will feature opportunities to socialize with episummer@columbia faculty and other episummer@columbia trainees.
episummer@columbia also offers several digital courses taught in an online distance learning format, enabling anyone anywhere in the world to engage in the world-class coursework and high quality instruction offered at Columbia University. Each digital course is one month long, with lectures and course material presented online in weekly segments. The flexible format will include video or audio recordings of lecture material, file sharing and topical discussion fora, self-assessment exercises, real-time electronic office hours and access to instructors for feedback during the course. Registrants for episummer@columbia digital courses should have high-speed internet access. Any additional information about technical requirements will be provided the month before the course begins.