PBHL 4310 - Epidemiology

Description
4310. 3 hours. Principles and methods of epidemiology and their applicability to public health. Topics include history and practical applications of epidemiology, mortality and morbidity, sources of data, epidemiologic study design, measurement of disease frequency and effect, data interpretation, and screening for disease. Prerequisite(s): PBHL 2300 and MATH 1680. Class Notes: HYBRID/BLENDED COURSE - THE MAJORITY OF CLASS MEETINGS (51-85%) ARE VIA DISTANCE LEARNING. CONTACT INSTRUCTOR OR DEPARTMENT FOR DETAILS. Enrollment Requirements: Must have taken PBHL 2300 and MATH 1680.
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2019
Offered
M
Avg. Class Size
35
Avg. Sections
1