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EPI 749 Research and Practice in Epidemiology 3.0 Credits

This course will engage students in the culminating experience required of second-year master’s students in epidemiology. Students will either develop a hypothesis based on a public health problem and perform a multi-variable analysis to test the hypothesis using an appropriate dataset and describe how that addresses the public health problem or conduct a rigorous systematic literature review that both critiques and synthesizes the existing public health literature that addresses the public health problem. Students must work individually on this project and are required to complete a high-quality written product and an oral presentation at the end of the experience.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: BST 555 [Min Grade: B] and BST 560 [Min Grade: B] and EPI 560 [Min Grade: B]

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