Certificate in Epidemiology and Biostatistics
The certificate program is supervised by the School of Public Health’s director of eLearning and the department chair. The program is administered through Drexel eLearning. Applications to the certificate program are managed by
Drexel eLearning. For the most current admission information, please visit www.drexel.com.
About the Curriculum
The certificate program provides research-oriented training in the theory and tools of core public health disciplines. Students build the statistical background needed to conduct research, develop hypotheses, analyze data, and interpret and communicate results.
The certificate program consists of three sequential 3-credit courses. Each course is taught over a 10-week period, allowing completion of the certificate within a 30-week period. The curriculum reflects core epidemiological and biostatistical concepts and practices in a similar manner to the full-time and Executive MPH programs. Contact between faculty and students creates an intense experience over this exclusively online format. The online format allows asynchronous learning while providing flexibility for adult learners constrained by physical and time limitations.
|PBHL 701||Introduction to Descriptive Epidemiology and Biostatistics||3.0|
|PBHL 702||Introduction to Analytic Epidemiology and Biostatistics||3.0|
|PBHL 703||Design and Analysis Epidemiological Studies||3.0|
For more information about the program, visit the Certificate in Epidemiology & Biostatistics on the Drexel Online web site.
The Certificate in Epidemiological and Biostatistical Principles and Methods for Public Health in the Twenty-First Century, offered by Drexel University’s School of Public Health, is an interdisciplinary program designed for working professionals of diverse backgrounds, including public health administrators, physicians, nurses, clinical research professionals, health educators, and policy experts.
Never before has disease prevention and health promotion been more important. As world events develop, with the added threat of bioterrorism and other emerging public health issues, those who can apply knowledge gained through research to real-world problems are in great demand across all sectors: health care, pharmaceuticals, governmental and non-governmental agencies, business, and academia.