A study of the determinants and distributions of disease that will culminate in the design and application of an epidemiological study. This course will also provide students with an introduction to the science of epidemiology, including its historical origins, main concepts, and methodological approaches. Topics to be covered include data types and interpretation, differences in study design approaches, and the differences between association and causation. Students may not receive credit for both GHS 321 and BIO 321. Credit: Four semester hours. Prerequisites: BIO*220, BIO*221, and FSBIO*201. Distribution Requirements: QR, SP.