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Typical Curriculum in Epidemiology

Year

Fall

Spring

First 811 BIOE: Biostatistics I (3)*
812 BIOE: Introduction to Epidemiology (3)
813 BIOE: Fundamentals of SAS for Epidemiology (2)
819 BIOE: Master's Seminar: Survival and Self-Reliance in the Computer Age (1) or 820 BIOE: Master's Seminar: Clinical Research in special Populations
821 BIOE: Biostatistics II (3)
822 BIOE: Advanced Epidemiology (4)
Elective (3)
Second 800 BIOE: Master's Thesis and Research (3) or 804 BIOE: Master's Project (3)
Elective (3)
Elective (3)
800 BIOE: Master's Thesis and Research (3) or 804 BIOE: Master's Project (3)
Elective (3)
Elective (3)

*Semester credit hours for course.

Departmental Electives

Other Electives

810 BIOE: Independent Study
814 BIOE: Health Behavior Theory and Intervention Design
815 BIOE: Introduction to Public Health and Preventive Medicine
816 BIOE: Epidemiological and Clinical Methods in Bone Assessment
817 BIOE: Epidemiology of Aging
818 BIOE: Mixed Linear Models in Epidemiology
819 BIOE: Master's Seminar: Survival and Self-Reliance in the Computer Age
820 BIOE: Master's Seminar on Clinical Research in Special Populations
823 BIOE: Randomized Clinical Trials
824 BIOE: Genetic Epidemiology: Methods and Applications
825 BIOE: Bioinformatics for Epidemiologists
826 BIOE: Women's Health Seminar
827 BIOE: Introduction to Patient-Oriented Research
831 BIOE: Measurement in Epidemiology
834 BIOE: Epidemiology of Childhood Diseases
840 BIOE: Special Topics
851 BIOE: Health Services Research
861 BIOE: Pharmacoepidemiology
862 BIOE: Advanced Categorical Data Analysis Techniques for Epidemiology
Offered at UTHSC:
801 IP: Integrity in the Conduct of Scientific Research
810 HSA: Fundamentals of Health Care Systems and Policy
Offered at the University of Memphis:
ANTH 7521: Biocultural Epidemiology
ENGL 7808: Workshop on Scientific and Technical Writing
GEOG 6502: Computer Mapping
HADM 7107: Health Care Ethics HADM 7115: Public Health Systems
HADM 7206: Managerial Epidemiology
HPRO 7182: Health Promotion
PSYC 7307: Models of Program Evaluation
SOCI 7851: Medical Sociology

Minimum Curriculum to Graduate: 36 credit hours consisting of the core required courses (21 credit hours including the 6 total credit hours for 800 BIOE or 804 BIOE), departmental elective courses (12-15 credit hours), and other elective courses (0-3 credit hours).

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