An opportunity to apply epidemiological data to both global health policy and practice, focusing on the determinants of health and patterns and distributions of disease. Topics include the philosophical and ethical dimensions of epidemiology, historical origins, types of study designs, data types and interpretation, and differences between causation and association. Students may not receive credit for both GHS*321 and BIO*321. Credit: Four semester hours. Prerequisites: GHS*130 and FSGHS*201. Not open to first-year students. NB:GHS*321 will no longer count as an Area C course in Biology. Distribution Requirements: QR, SP.