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BST 698 Statistical Collaboration in Practice 3.0 Credits

This course builds on the skillset and knowledge presented in BST 567/867 and BST 675/875 by creating an experience(s) that nurture critical thinking and interpersonal skills combined with understanding interdisciplinary content and applying statistical knowledge to excel as a biostatistician collaborator. Students will become members of the Biostatistics Scientific Collaboration Center (BSC) and work in close collaboration with BSC personnel and a non-statistician investigator. True to real-life experiences in interdisciplinary collaboration, types of student experiences (e.g. power analysis, development of analysis plan, execute analysis plan) will vary depending on the BSC deliverables for each investigator’s project.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit
Prerequisites: BST 675 [Min Grade: CR]