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The social epidemiology concentration prepares students to be public health leaders that use the methodological approaches of biostatistics and epidemiology to investigate and reduce health inequalities. This concentration focuses on social determinants of health as causes of health disparities and examines the role of concepts such as power and social context. Students learn to use data to inform research, policy, and intervention efforts that lead to effective action aimed at eliminating health inequalities.
Required Social Epidemiology Concentration Courses (7 Courses, 28 Credit Hours)
|MPH 530||SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY||4|
|MPH 531||DATA ANALYSIS||4|
|MPH 532||DATA ANALYSIS II||4|
|MPH 535||PROGRAM DESIGN AND EVALUATION||4|
|MPH 605||SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY PROJECT DESIGN||4|
|MPH 606||SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION||4|
|MPH 607||CAPSTONE SEMINAR IN SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY||4|