The Master of Public Health concentration in applied biostatistics trains students to apply analytic methods and statistical reasoning to characterize, investigate, and address problems in public health and medicine. Students are trained to use statistical measures and good information management practices to collect, manage, protect, analyze, interpret and present health data.
In addition to a wide variety of exciting applications, rewarding career opportunities are available in local, state, and federal health agencies, health and medical centers, and research institutes. Concentration coursework includes: biostatistical methods, data analysis, and managing public health data. Elective coursework includes: clinical trials, statistical consulting, and analytic epidemiology.
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