Minor in Health Data Analytics
About the Minor
The Dornsife School of Public Health trains new leaders to tackle society's current and future health challenges. The minor in Health Data Analytics prepares students to apply quantitative methods to a variety of real-world data analysis problems. Through their coursework, students will learn statistical analysis and computational skills necessary to handle complex data problems. Computing, data visualization, and scientific communication skills will be emphasized throughout the required courses, providing students with tools to serve as essential team members in a variety of data-driven research and industry settings.
This minor will be a relevant course of study for students pursuing majors in public health, pre-med, biomedical engineering, biological sciences, health sciences, business analytics, environmental science, and data science, as well as other data-driven scientific fields.
- Undergraduate students with at least 30.0 credits
- Students cannot pursue a major and a minor in the same field of study
|Biostatistics I *
|or PBHL 312
|Public Health Data Analysis
|Applied Quantitative Research Methods
|Advanced Biostatistical Analysis
|Introduction to Clinical Research
|Epidemiology in Public Health
|The U.S. Public Health System
|Burden of Disease
|Public Health Biology
|The Social Determinants of Health and Well-Being
|Environmental and Occupational Health
|Longitudinal Data Analysis
|Introduction to Statistical Computing
|Survival Data Analysis
PBHL 210 is a 4-credit course and PBHL 312 is a 3-credit course. Students who complete PBHL 210 will take 25 credits to complete the minor. Students who complete PBHL 312 will take 24 credits to complete the minor.
Note: Some electives have prerequisites, which can be found in the catalog. Additional courses may count towards the elective requirement with minor director approval.