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PBHL 513 Methods for Public Health Research II 4.0 Credits

This is the second quarter of a two-quarter sequence. The purpose of the sequence is to provide a foundation in quantitative and qualitative tools required for public health research. Students will learn how to formulate a research question, determine the population burden of disease, and distinguish between common study designs for characterizing determinants of disease, as well as identify common design and analytic challenges. We will illustrate these concepts within the context of contemporary public health research studies. Throughout the two quarters, students will be introduced to key concepts of biostatistics and will learn basic analytic methods, including statistical software, as well as qualitative analysis, including the role of qualitative data management and analysis software.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PBHL 512 [Min Grade: B]

MPH/MBA Joint Degree

...3.0 PBHL 511 Public Health Foundations and Systems II 4.0 PBHL 513 Methods...

Law (JD) / Public Health (MPH)

...3.0 PBHL 511 Public Health Foundations and Systems II 4.0 PBHL 513 Methods...

Graduate Minor in Infectious Disease

...for more information. Prerequisite Requirements PBHL 512 and PBHL 513 or EPI 500 and EPI...

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