The Certificate in Applied Biostatistics offered by the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics at the Colorado School of Public Health provides graduate training in applied biostatistics for health care professionals and others interested in expanding their analytic knowledge and skills to meet the increasing demand for biostatistical expertise in the campus, statewide and national workforce.
||Applied Biostats I
||Summer & Fall|
||Applied Biostats II
|Elective Statistical Computing (Examples: Data Management in SAS, Python & R in Data Science, SQL, etc.)
||Elective Biostatistics (Examples: Advanced Data Analysis, Causal Inference, Applied Survival and Longitudinal Analysis, Introduction to Public Health Informatics, Epidemiology, etc.)
This 15 credit certificate will provide skills for basic data management, biostatistics and data analysis with applications in a wide range of clinical and public health areas.
Visit the ColoradoSPH website (publichealth.ucdenver.edu) for more information about the Certificate in Applied Biostatistics on the CU Anschutz Medical Center campus.