EPID602: EPID Methods II: Applied Epidemiologic Data Analysis
- Graduate level
- Residential and Online MPH and Online MS
- This is a first year course for Online students
- Fall, Winter term(s) for residential students; Fall term(s) for online MPH students; Fall term(s) for online MS students.
- 4 credit hour(s) for residential students; 4 credit hour(s) for online MPH students; 4 credit hour(s) for online MS students;
- Instructor(s): Brouwer, Andrew Levin-Sparenberg, Elizabeth (Residential); Baylin, Ana (Online MPH); Baylin, Ana (Online MS);
- Offered Every Year
- Last offered Winter 2022
- Prerequisites: Epid 600; or EPID 601. or EPID503, or permission of the instructor.
- Description: A practicum in epidemiologic data analysis designed to integrate and apply concepts learned in previous biostatistics and epidemiologic methods courses. Students learn practical skills to analyze and interpret epidemiologic data with continuous and dichotomous outcome variables through lectures and hands-on exercises.
|Department||Program||Degree||Competency||Specific course(s) that allow assessment||EPID||General Epidemiology||MPH||Describe population patterns of health-related risk factors and health-related outcomes in terms of person, place, and time||EPID600, EPID602||EPID||General Epidemiology||MPH||Compare the relative strengths and weaknesses of common epidemiologic study designs (e.g., cross-sectional, cohort, case-control, randomized experiments)||EPID600, EPID602||EPID||General Epidemiology||MPH||Interpret the impact of bias, confounding, and effect modification on causal inference in epidemiologic research||EPID600, EPID602||EPID||Clinical Research-Epidemiology||MS||Analyze research data and interpret these results from a population health or clinical-translational perspective||EPID602, BIOSTAT522|