College of Public Health students graduating

CPH 911

Course Information

Credit Hours: 3

Professional Seminar in Epidemiology

CPH 911 is an advanced course in one of the five content areas of public health. All students enrolling will have completed the prerequisite introductory course at the masters’ degree level, and the advanced course at the doctoral level. The Professional Seminar in Epidemiology is designed as the opportunity to link academic work in epidemiology with application in public health practice, and to prepare the student for a leadership role in public health. This will be accomplished through readings, case studies and exercises, and individual research relevant to the discipline and the profession of public health.