PHC 2100 Introduction to Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Overview of public health as a multifaceted field. Includes discussion of contemporary public health challenges with input from discipline experts.

PHC 3440 Global Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Critical links between global health and social and economic development. Discusses the burden of disease and how to measure this across countries. Focuses on low and middle income countries and the health of the poor.

Prerequisite: PHC 4101 and junior standing or higher..

PHC 3603 Critical Issues in Ph 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Critical Issues in Ph

PHC 4024 Applied Epidemiology 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Principles and methods of epidemiological investigation focusing on both infectious and noninfectious diseases. Emphasizes outbreak investigations, field epidemiology and epidemiology careers.

Prerequisite: HSC 3057, HSC 3502, HSC 4558, PHC 4101, and Health Science and Public Health majors/minors only.

PHC 4031 One Health and Emerging Infectious Diseases 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

A pivotal elective in the One Health Program and the Bachelors of Public Health degree; introduces the concept of One Health in the context of how disease-causing microbes or pathogens emerge and the critical drivers of microbial evolution.

Prerequisite: Gen Ed Biology; academic level junior, senior and graduate or instructor approval

PHC 4094 Introduction to Biostatistics for Health Science and Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Methods and public health applications for analysis of variance, correlation, simple linear regression, multiple linear regression, nonparametric and distribution-free statistical methods, and some basic concepts about survival analysis. Public health applications using statistical software. Writing data analysis reports.

Prerequisite: STA 2023.

PHC 4101 Public Health Concepts 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduces the basic tenets, applications and foci of public health, including integrating public health with other health professions.

Prerequisite: (BSC 2007 or BSC 2005 or BSC 2010) and PSY 2012 and STA 2023.

PHC 4117 Public Health Management Leadership 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Provides knowledge relevant to leading public health organizations while effectively managing and motivating employees. Includes organizational behavior and theories to examine management, leadership, and application of skills in delivering public health programs.

Prerequisite: HSA 3111 and HSC 3502 and HSC 4558 and PHC 4101 and Public Health major.

PHC 4320 Environmental Concepts in Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Surveys major environmental health topics by examining sources, routes, media, and health outcomes associated with biological, chemical, and physical agents in the environment. Introduces the economic and legal frameworks associated with environmental health issues and public health.

Prerequisite: PHC 4101.

PHC 4930 Special Topics in Public Health 1-6 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Exploration of a general or a specific area of public health.

Prerequisite: junior or senior standing.

PHC 4943 Service Learning Practicum 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Covers development of the role of a public health and human services provider in an agency setting.

Prerequisite: HSC 3057 and PHC 4101 and Public Health major with senior standing.

PHC 6000 Epidemiology Methods I 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Overview of epidemiology methods used in research studies that address disease patterns in community- and clinic-based populations.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001, PHC 6050 or PHC 6052, or departmental approval.

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PHC 6001 Principles of Epidemiology in Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Epidemiology methods frequently used to study disease patterns in community and clinic-based populations. Includes distribution and determinants of health-related states or events in specific populations and application to control of health problems.

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PHC 6002 Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Epidemiology, prevention, and control of infectious diseases affecting local, national, and global community health; epidemiologic methods used in disease surveillance and measures used in slowing or preventing spread of disease.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001, and PHC 6052 or PHC 6050: Statistical Methods for Health Sciences Research I or departmental approval.

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PHC 6003 Epidemiology of Chronic Diseases and Disability 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Overview of epidemiology of chronic diseases and disabilities prevalent in various populations. Introduces contemporary methods for surveillance including risk factors, etiology, and changes over time.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001, and PHC 6052 or PHC 6050 or departmental approval.

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PHC 6006 An Introduction to One Health Problem Solving 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Infectious disease surveillance, diagnostic tools, outbreak investigations, vaccine trials, public health interventions, biodefense, emerging infectious diseases, and analytic approaches to infectious disease prevention and control.

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PHC 6008 Cardiovascular Epidemiology 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Survey of major cardiovascular diseases including a review of design and methods for studying natural history, prevention, and treatment process.

Prerequisite: GMS 6800 , consent of instructor.

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PHC 6009 Biology and Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Examining the biological process by which HIV causes infection and AIDS, including the physiologic and cellular processes involved in HIV infection and treatment.  Developing skills in finding and interpreting current epidemiologic data on HIV/AIDS, including risk factors, comorbid health issues, special populations, and health outcomes.  Overview of HIV prevention strategies and their effectiveness.  Special emphasis on epidemiology of HIV/AIDS in the rural south.

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PHC 6011 Epidemiology Methods II 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Analytic methods in epidemiology with a foundation in applied epidemiological analysis and experience in peer-review productivity based on secondary data analysis.

Prerequisite: PHC 6000 & PHC 6052 & PHC 6053, or approval of instructor

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PHC 6014 Epidemiology, Prevention, and Control of Chronic Diseases II 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Survey of major chronic diseases not covered in PHC 6003. Emphasizes recent epidemiology research and findings.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001 and PHC 6003 or equivalent.

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PHC 6016 Social Epidemiology in Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Social determinants of population health, including acute and chronic disease outcomes, and health behavior. Introduces methodological approaches to the field of social epidemiology with specific attention to measurement issues.

Prerequisite: PHC 6000, PHC 6001, PHC 6410, or consent of instructor.

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PHC 6018 Environmental Ecology of Human Pathogens 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

This course covers major topic areas concerning ecological relationships of environmental pathogens that cause diseases in humans. The course will discuss environmental reservoirs of human pathogens and introduces microbiological techniques necessary to detect and identify the variety of pathogens present in the environment.

Prerequisite: PHC 6313 or by permission of the instructor

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PHC 6020 Clinical Trial Methods 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Basic statistical concepts and methods used in clinical trials and the statistical principles and methods including phase I to IV clinical trials.

Prerequisite: STA 6208/STA 6209   , STA 6326/STA 6327, or equivalent

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PHC 6022 Design and Conduct of Clinical Trials 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Scientific evaluation of health care interventions by clinical trials and the ethics, principles, and conduct of clinical trials in an epidemiological context. Complex issues in analyzing and interpreting clinical trials.

Prerequisite: STA 2023 (Introduction to Statistics I) or equivalent, and permission of the instructors. Students are expected to have basic statistical knowledge.

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PHC 6034 Epidemic Investigation 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Principles of infectious disease investigation and features of all types of outbreaks. Problem-solving exercises of classic and current epidemics.

Prerequisite: GMS 6800, GMS 6801, consent of instructor.

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PHC 6036 Environmental Infectious Diseases: A Molecular Approach 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Providing students with an overview of environmental microbiology and review the latest tools in microbial ecology. The course will emphasize innovative methods in studying microbial diversity. The course is designed for students preparing for careers in public health.

Prerequisite: None.

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PHC 6041 Landmarks in Psychiatric Epidemiology 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Landmarks in psychiatric epidemiology, including mental health and substance use disorders, are reviewed with emphasis on student discovery. The focus is on findings, methodology, and historical development of methods in case finding and diagnosis; cohort discovery; and geographical, social, and community risk factors. Topics include relevance to current methodological challenges.

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PHC 6050 Statistical Methods for Health Sciences Research I 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Appropriate use of data summarization and presentation of basic statistical methods, including ANOVA, nonparametric methods, inference on discrete data, inference on survival data, and regression methods for continuous, binary, and survival data. SPSS statistical software. Required core course for students in public health management and policy and social and behavioral science concentrations.

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PHC 6050C Biostatistical Methods I 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Biostatistical data analysis using linear models; theory and practice of regression and analysis of variance in the health sciences.

Prerequisite: basic knowledge of data analysis, linear algebra, and calculus III, and consent of instructor.

PHC 6051 Biostatistical Methods II 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Biostatistical data analysis using generalized linear models, generalized linear mixed models, semiparametric and nonparametric regression, and neural networks; theory and practice in the health sciences.

Prerequisite: consent of instructor and Biostatistical Methods I.

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PHC 6052 Introduction to Biostatistical Methods 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduction to the concepts and methods of biostatistical data analysis. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability, standard probability distributions, sampling distributions, point and confidence interval estimation, hypothesis testing, power and sample size estimation, one- and two-sample parametric and non-parametric methods for analyzing continuous or discrete data, and simple linear regression. SAS statistical software for data management, statistical analysis and power calculations. Required core course for students in biostatistics, environmental health, and epidemiology concentrations.

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PHC 6053 Regression Methods for the Health and Life Sciences 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduction to a wide range of regression methods. Primary topics are multiple linear regression, logistic regression, and Poisson regression.

Prerequisite: PHC 6052 or equivalent. For graduate students in fields other than statistics.

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PHC 6055 Biostatistical Computing Using R 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Provide an environment for learning how to input, store, modify, display and analyze data using R. Developing basis R programming skills including working with vectors, lists, arrays and matrices, writing functions and using R to simulate data.

Prerequisite: PHC 6053 or equivalent. Students must also have access to a laptop for in-class use.

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PHC 6059 Introduction to Applied Survival Analysis 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Survival analysis is about the analysis of time-to-event data. The goal of this course is to help you understand the fundamental concepts of survival analysis and their applications in epidemiology and biomedical sciences. Basic concepts from probability and introductory statistics will be reviewed as needed.

Prerequisite: Prior training in statistics (PHC 6052 or equivalent) and knowledge of multiple regression (PHC 6053 or equivalent). R programming experience will also be helpful.

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PHC 6063 Biostatistical Consulting 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Providing training for M.S. and Ph.D students in Biostatistics on the statistical aspects of research problems.

Prerequisite: Biostatistical Methods I and II or consent of the instructor. ;

Corequisite: All faculty teaching this course have completed at least 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline and hold at least a master's degree.

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PHC 6068 Biostatistical Computing 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Algorithms for statistical computing and their applications in biostatistics.  Computational techniques for data analysis, random number generation, Monte Carlo integration, stochastic optimization.  High-dimensional data analysis, large scale hypothesis testing, stochastic optimization, Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC), missing data analysis, selected biological applications.

Prerequisite: PHC 6092 , PHC 6050 , and PHC 6051 , or permission of the instructor.

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PHC 6075 Biostatistical Literacy 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Research in the health sciences requires appropriate study design, statistical analysis and interpretation of results. This course introduces basic concepts and techniques, including types of data, inference, and regression, necessary to read, interpret, and critically evaluate statistical results in health science literature relevant to the interests of the student.

Prerequisite: graduate students in the health sciences and requires a basic knowledge of mathematics, including algebra (for example, MAC 1105 and MAC 1114, or MAC 1140, or equivalent).

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PHC 6080 SAS for Public Health - Data 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Input, storage and modification of data using SAS.

Prerequisite: PHC 6052 or equivalent.

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PHC 6081 SAS for Public Health - Analysis 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Frequently-used SAS procedures to conduct common statistical analyses.

Prerequisite: PHC 6052 or equivalent.

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PHC 6088 Statistical Analysis of Genetic Data 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

An introduction to statistical procedures for genetic studies. This class will emphasize the statistical theory behind methods for analyzing genetic data and its application in useful software tools. This course prepares students for potential research in statistical genetics but is also open to a wider community. \

Prerequisite: PHC 6092 and PHC 6050C or equivalent. Permission at the discretion of the instructor may be granted if the student is familiar with linear algebra, maximum likelihood, simple hypothesis testing, and linear regression.

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PHC 6089 Public Health Computing 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

This course covers using SAS and R to manage and analyze public health data. Students will learn how to import, modify, visualize and perform common analyses of public health data using SAS and R.

Prerequisite: PHC 6052 or or approval of the instructor.

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PHC 6092 Introduction to Biostatistical Theory 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Concepts and principles of statistical theory, including probability and random variables, parameter estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, asymptotic analysis, Bayesian inference, statistical decision theory and linear models.

Prerequisite: Multivariable calculus or permission of the instructor.

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PHC 6102 Introduction to Public Health Administrative Systems 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Overview of the public health system, including public health concepts and practices, health care delivery and financing. Focus on understanding the organization and administration of health services, structure and functions of the U.S. public health system, and health insurance programs.

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PHC 6103 Systems Thinking for Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Conceptual and empirical tools for understanding and managing complex organizations and interacting with other large systems that impact public health. Simulated work experiences show intended and unintended consequences of interventions in complex systems.

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PHC 6104 Evidence-Based Management of Public Health Programs 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Practical guidance on how to choose, administer, and evaluate evidence-based programs and policies in public health settings.

Prerequisite: PHC 6102 or equivalent.

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PHC 6120 Community Assessment and Partnerships 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Develops knowledge, skills, and methods for conducting community health assessments to identify factors that affect the health of a population.

Prerequisite: Graduate status or consent of instructor.

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PHC 6146 Public Health Program Planning and Evaluation 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Second of two courses providing skills to develop and implement public health programs. Focuses on six steps in the rational planning process. Emphasizes evidence-based public health principles, organizational influences, and other contemporary themes of program planning.

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PHC 6183 Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Online introduction to disaster preparedness and responding to disasters. Training on the Incident Command System (ICS), the National Incident Management System (NIMS), and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) minimum responder credential requirements.

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PHC 6193 Qualitative Data Analysis 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Students will work intensively with their own qualitative data with feedback from instructors and classmates. Covers different ways of working with narrative data. Focuses on grant writing and publishing with qualitative research.

Prerequisite: Advanced masters students and PhD students with access to a qualitative data set.

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PHC 6194 Spatial Epidemiology 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Spatial Epidemiologic research methods, with major focus on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis (ESDA) applied to public health issues.

Prerequisite: All of the following courses: PHC 6000 , PHC 6011 , PHC 6052 , PHC 6053   (or equivalent).

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PHC 6195 Health information for Diverse Populations: Theory & Methods 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Social and behavioral science is a core area in public health.  This is an introductory course that examines basic concepts and social scientific research in persuasive communication to gain an understanding how individuals process and respond to public health information.

Prerequisite: Graduate status or consent of instuctor.

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PHC 6251 Assessment and Surveillance in Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Knowledge, skills, and methods for conducting community assessments and surveillance to inform design of social and behavioral interventions.

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PHC 6301 Aquatic Systems and Environmental Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Physical and chemical nature of water, effects of contaminant and other stressors in different aquatic ecosystems. Taxonomic and ecological summary of aquatic biota, from algae and invertebrates to vertebrates and pathogens.

Prerequisite: PHC 6313

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PHC 6304 Environmental Toxicology Applications in Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Environmental toxicology examines exposure to chemical, biological, and physical agents and associated health effects in humans and wildlife. Students will analyze environmental fate of chemicals, exposure routes, mechanisms of toxicity, and critique common approaches used by public health professional when dealing with toxicants.

Prerequisite: BSC2010. CHM2045 preferred but not required

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PHC 6312 Water Quality and Human Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Relationship between water quality and human health and how water quality of determines human health in developed and developing world.

Prerequisite: PHC 6313

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PHC 6313 Environmental Health Concepts in Public Health 2-3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Survey of major topics in environmental health. Sources, routes, media, and health outcomes associated with toxic agents in the environment. Effects of agents on disease, water and air quality, food safety, and land resources. Current legal framework, policies, and practices.

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PHC 6316 Health, Risk, and Crisis Communication 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Describing best practices under ordinary, risk, and crisis situations.

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PHC 6317 Risk Communication for Public Health Practice 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Techniques for effective and productive risk communication in public health, environmental health, risk assessment and environmental regulatory activities.

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PHC 6346 Occupational and Environmental Health Among Agriculture Workers 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Providing the student with an overview of occupational and environmental health with a special emphasis on zoonotic infection risks to animal workers. Approaches for occupational disease processes, surveillance, industrial hygiene risk factor analyses, prevention and control will be presented. The course is designed to prepare for careers in occupational health.

Prerequisite: None.

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PHC 6370 Public Health Biology 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Biological basis of public health issues. Covers background material in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, and immunology to allow students to understand biological mechanisms of disease prevention and progression at a molecular level. Emphasis on infectious diseases, genetic illnesses, cancer, environmental illnesses, and vaccines.

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PHC 6403 Adolescence, Risk Taking and Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduction to primary determinants and outcomes associated with adolescent risk behaviors. Emphasis on substance use, sexual behaviors, injury, violence and the interactive nature of risk taking behaviors.

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PHC 6404 Gender, Sexuality, and Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Survey of the dynamics of sexual health issues through public health and gender health studies. Review of intervention strategies to improve sexual health.

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PHC 6405 Theoretical Foundations of Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Providing an in-depth review of social and behavioral science theories used in public health, includes systems and multi-level perspectives on health behavior. Prepares public health students to satisfy MPH competencies in social and behavioral sciences.

Prerequisite: PHC 6410

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PHC 6410 Psychological, Behavioral, and Social Issues in Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Health behavior from an ecological perspective; includes primary, secondary and tertiary prevention across a variety of settings; incoporates behavioral science theory and methods.

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PHC 6421 Public Health Law and Ethics 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Case study approach to legal foundations of American public health system and legal and ethical issues that arise from balancing individual liberties with the government's interest in protecting all citizens' well-being.

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PHC 6424 Environmental Policy and Risk Management in Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Provides students with an in depth understanding of the government's environmental health structure, environmental policy making processes, important environmental policies, and application of these policies through risk assessment and management techniques to protect the public and the environment.

Prerequisite: PHC 6313.

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PHC 6441 Health Disparities in the United States 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Determinants that influence health outcomes of the most disadvantaged populations in the U.S., with special attention to racial, ethnic, and gender status.

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PHC 6445 Global Public Health and Development II 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Second in series of two global public health and development courses created specifically for the new Master's in Development Practice (MDP) program. Practical approaches for identification, design, planning, monitoring, and evaluation of global public health interventions in their broader development context.

Prerequisite: PHC 6764

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PHC 6446 Systems Thinking in One Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Delivers transversal tools for professionals to engage in health in a globalized environment. The tools are communication, managing conflict, leadership, behavioral change, qualitative methods, economics, international and comparative legislation, medical geography, and ethics in health. We will synthesize these tools and their use through a systems thinking approach.

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PHC 6447 Ecology of HIV/Aids in the Rural South 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Casual factors, responses, and outcomes associated with HIV/AIDS in the rural south.  Using ecological framework to explore and understand mulitlevel factors associated with (1) risk and protective behaviors; (2) testing and disclosure of HIV status; (3) availability and sources of social support; (4) need for and use of medical, psychological, and social services; and (5) the development and use of culturally appropriate interventions.

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PHC 6512 Environmental Management of Vector-Borne Diseases 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Planning, organization, implementation, and monitoring the activities for control of environmental factors or their interaction with man to prevent or minimize vector propagation and man-vector-pathogen contact.

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PHC 6515 Introduction to Entomology Zoonotic Diseases and Food Safety 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

This course introduces students to basic applied field techniques in the study of medical entomology and vector borne diseases. Students will learn about the entomology techniques used for collection and analysis the samples to understand vector borne disease transmission.

Prerequisite: General microbiology, principles of infectious dieases, or epidemiology of infectious diseases.

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PHC 6517 Public Health Concepts in Infectious Diseases 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Topics and methods used in modern infectious disease epidemiology.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001 and PHC 6002.

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PHC 6519 Zoonotic Diseases in Humans and Animals 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduction of graduate and professional students to major zoonotic diseases in both human and animal presentations. Epidemiology, means of prevention and control, available diagnostics, available treatments, and associated human and animal regulations for each disease. Delivered online in 15 modules.

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PHC 6520 Foodborne Diseases 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Discussing major pathogens associated with foodborne diseases, their epidemiology, and approaches to outbreak investigation and control of foodborn illness.  Teaching/learning methods include lectures, case studies, readings, and an individual project.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001 Principles of Epidemiology

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PHC 6521 Fundamentals of Public Health Nutrition 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduces Public Health Nutrition and the role of the Public Health Nutrition professional. Emphasis will be on definition, identification and prevention of nutrition related disease, and improving health of a population by improving nutrition. Malnutrition, nutritional biochemistry, intervention, and program and policy review will be included.

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PHC 6530 Public Health Issues of Mothers and Children 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Maternal and child health problems, specific local, state, and federal programs and policies, health and health care access disparities. Emphasis on importance of evidenced-based public health practice.

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PHC 6534 Trauma Informed Approaches for Individuals, Communities, and Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Provides students (1) an overview of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the trauma-informed approach; (2) the opportunity to design and implement public health interventions to prevent ACEs and treat trauma using the social ecological model; and (4) practical instruction in the grant writing process.

Prerequisite: PHC 6410.

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PHC 6561 Public Health Laboratory Techniques 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Laboratory techniques used in emerging infectious respiratory disease research and epidemiologic surveillance.

Prerequisite: Biosafety and bloodborne pathogen training program: http://ufbiosafety.classroom24-7.com/

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PHC 6598 Foundations in Precision Medicine: Genetic Epidemiology 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Genetic epidemiology, a rapidly evolving field of research, utilizes specialized molecular and statistical methods to identify genetic factors that might be involved in disease etiology. This course provides an exposure to fundamental concepts, terminologies and principles in human population genetics and molecular biology relevant to understanding genetic epidemiologic approaches.

Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Certificate for Precision Medicine or permission of the instructor

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PHC 6601 Seminar in Contemporary Public Health Issues 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduction to key interdisciplinary, cross-cutting topics essential to the contemporary practice of public health.  Written and oral reports.

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PHC 6607 Critical Issues in Public Health 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Providing students the opportunity to learn multiple ways to view current controversial topics in public health. Covering current public health topics encompassing biomedial issues, social and behavorial factors related to health, and the environment.

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PHC 6671 Emerging Infectious Diseases in One Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Applies One Health (the intersection of animal and human health and the environment) to understand the emergence of disease-causing microbes and the critical drivers of microbial evolution. Extensive discussion of the global emergence of new infectious disease agents and how factors within One Health influence microbial evolution and disease emergence.

Prerequisite: MCB3020 Basic Biology of Microorganisms; MCB3023 Principles of Microbiology; MCB4203 Bacterial Pathogens; MCB4304 Genetics of Microorganisms or by permission of the instructor

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PHC 6700 Social and Behavioral Research Methods 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Research methods and their specific applications to public health issues.

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PHC 6702 Environmental Monitoring and Exposure Assessment 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Exposure to hazardous chemical, physical and biological agents occurs through inhalation, ingestion, or contact with a variety of environmental media including air, water, food, or soil. Students will acquire and apply the key knowledge needed to perform environmental monitoring for exposure assessment in environmental health research and practice.

Prerequisite: at least one undergraduate course in biostatistics or statistics. ;

Corequisite: access to a computer with Excel, SPSS, or SAS.

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PHC 6706 Scientific Communication in Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Scientific communication skills are critical to to public health researchers and allied professionals. Multiple outreach approaches will be used to develop and deliver meaningful content targeted for different audience perspectives. The course consists of lectures, student presentation opportunities and intensive constructive critique.

Prerequisite: Current good standing in public health graduate program or permission of instructor.

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PHC 6711 Measurement in Epidemiology and Outcomes Research 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Major designs and principles of measurement for epidemiology and health services outcomes research, with emphasis on use of primary data collection.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001 and PHC 6050 or equivalent.

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PHC 6716 Survey Research Methods 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduction to population surveys typical in descriptive (surveillance) and analytic epidemiology research.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001, PHC 6050; and STA 6208 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

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PHC 6722 Environmental and Global Health Research Methods Rotation 1-4 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Providing opportunities for PhD students to gain first-hand experience observing the implementation of research methods needed to employ during the course of their dissertation research. Upon completion, students will be required to write a detailed report of the experience.

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PHC 6762 International Public Health 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Overview of international public health, with special attention to economically disadvantaged populations and those affected by pandemics and by emerging and re-emerging diseases.

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PHC 6764 Global Public Health and Development I 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

First in series of two global public health and development courses. Public health and anthropologic principles, methods, and study designs.

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PHC 6790 Biostatistical Methods Using SAS 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

This course is to introduce and prepare students for biostatistical computing using the SAS statistical software. It builds on the knowledge obtained in the Biostatistical Methods I and II courses by reinforcing the material and focusing on application within the SAS framework.

Prerequisite: PHC 6050C and PHC 6051, or Instructor determination of equivalent background.

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PHC 6900 Environmental and Global Health Journal Club 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Discussing and developing high quality written and oral critiques of recent literature from top peer-reviewed journals on three diseases with global impact that have key environmental drivers, dengue, TB, and Chagas disease.  Developing critical thinking and writing skills in evaluating the scientific literature.

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PHC 6905 Independent Study 1-6 Credits, Max 6 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Independent Study

Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

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PHC 6912 Special Project: Independent Research 1-9 Credits, Max 9 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Student must undertake significant responsibility for all or part of a research project of particular interest.

Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

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PHC 6917 Supervised Research Project 1-6 Credits, Max 6 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Supervised Research Project

Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

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PHC 6931 Seminar in Global Public Health 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: S/U

Introduction to key interdisciplinary, cross-cutting topics essential to the contemporary practice of public health. Written and oral reports.

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PHC 6932 Psychiatric Epidemiology Online Seminar Series 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: S/U

Epidemiology seminars from the Department of Epidemiology and other epidemiology departments, and associated publications will be used to provide students with an understanding of new developments in the field of epidemiology as applied to psychiatric epidemiology.

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PHC 6937 Special Topics in Public Health 1-6 Credits, Max 6 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Special Topics in Public Health

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PHC 6939 CPE Psychiatric Grand Rounds 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: S/U

World-renowned experts are invited to address a wide spectrum of specialties and sub-specialties and often introduce new and interesting developments. Mental health care professionals and epidemiologists will receive up-to-date information on trends and techniques in psychiatry.

Prerequisite: Enrollment in Certificate in Psychiatric Epidemiology

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PHC 6940 Master of Public Health Capstone 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

This course serves as the required integrative learning experience for students in the MPH program. Students will demonstrate synthesis of foundational and concentration competencies through an individual or group project that addresses the needs of a public health agency. Students will produce a high-quality written report for their agency.

Prerequisite: (PHC 6050 or PHC 6052) and PHC 6001, PHC 6313, HSA 6114, and PHC 6410.

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PHC 6941 MPH Applied Practice Experience 3-6 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

The MPH Applied Practice Experience (APE) provides an opportunity for each student to work in a public health setting. Students in APE will have the ability to work with minimal supervision to apply public health competencies acquired in the classroom setting to public health practice through experiential activities.

Prerequisite: (PHC 6050 or PHC 6052) and PHC 6001, PHC 6313, HSA 6114, PHC 6410, and PHC 6940.

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PHC 6945 Public Health Practicum 1-6 Credits, Max 6 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Public Health Practicum

Prerequisite: approval of practicum site and consent of instructor.

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PHC 6946 Public Health Internship 1-9 Credits, Max 9 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Fieldwork at approved site. Focus on practical application of skills in student's concentration area.

Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

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PHC 6947 Occupational Health Field Research Experience 3-5 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

The field research experience is providing an opportunity for MHS students to work in a public health, occupational health, or agricultural health setting.  Each placement is different, but all placements depend upon completion of most concentration coursework, the ability to work with minimal supervision, and permisson of the student's faculty advisor.

Prerequisite:  PHC 6001  Principles of Epidemiology in Public Health and PHC 6313 Environmental Health Concepts in Public Health

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PHC 6971 Research for Master's Thesis 1-4 Credits, Max 4 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

The thesis requires the student to formulate a research question, conduct relevant background research, generate hypotheses, gather and analyze appropriate data, interpret and discuss findings, and determine conclusions. Students submit a written thesis consistent with UF requirements, pass an oral defense of their research and submit their work for publication under the direction of a mentor.

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of the first semester of coursework and instructor's permission. All Human Subjects Participation/IRB required training must be completed prior to registering for this course.

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PHC 7000 Epidemiology Seminar II: Critical Evaluation, Research Proposals, and Methods 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

This course is taken in the second year of the epidemiology PhD program curriculum. Seminar series is designed to introduce students to a range of advanced epodemiologic concepts and research methods to help PhD students advance their dissertation ideas and help students obtain skills needed for a a PhD in epidemiology.

Prerequisite: PHC 6001 and PHC 6000 , one semester of biostatics, and PhD student status in epodemiology or permission of the instructor

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PHC 7007 Cancer Epidemiology 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Providing students with skills to evaluate the burden associated with cancers and develop public health interventions to reduce the burden of cancer worldwide. From the population perspective, the course will familiarize students with exposures associated with cancer risk. Practical applications of genome analysis and phenotypic profiling are included/

Prerequisite: PHC 6001 and PHC 6000 or equivalent. PhD student status required; other students need instructor permission. Students with no prior instruction in epidemiology but with methodological coursework from another related discipline may be admitted.

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PHC 7013 Bias in Observational Research 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Identifying sources of bias in observational data analysis. Statistical methods for bias adjustment in theory and in practice, with emphasis on confounding, missing data, and measurement error.

Prerequisite: PHC 6000 PHC 6011 STA 6166 and a graduate level regression course or equivalent.

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PHC 7017 Advanced Epidemiologic Methods III 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

To expand the methodology inventory by introducing advanced and new statistical and modeling methods to address measurement, descriptive, comparative, associative and causal relations in modern epidemiology.

Prerequisite: GMS 6800, GMS 6810, consent of instructor.

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PHC 7038 Psychiatric Epidemiology 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Concepts, history, measures, methods and analytical techniques to study the risks, prevalence and incidence, course, comorbidities, and consequences of major mental disorders, in general and specific populations internationally.

Prerequisite: PHC 6000 and PHC 6011

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PHC 7056 Analysis of Longitudinal Data 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Likelihood-based and semiparametric methods for longitudinal data. Methods to deal with missing data in both settings.

Prerequisite: STA 6326 , STA 6327   (or equivalent), STA 6207 , STA 6208 (or equivalent), and STA 6246   (or equivalent).

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PHC 7065 Critical Skills in Epidemiological Data Management 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Focuses on getting back to the basics with data including data entry; assessments for data accuracy and consistency; preparation of project flow logs, code books, and final databases for statistical analysis; preparation of project data reports; data summarization; and responsible management of human subject data.

Prerequisite: PHC 6052 and PHC 6000 or the equivalent and PhD student status

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PHC 7066 Large Sample Theory 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Detailed introduction to large sample theory and its application in univariate and multivariate parametric and nonparametric estimation.

Prerequisite: STA 6326   and STA 6327 (or equivalent).

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PHC 7083 Computational Epidemiology in Population Science 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Blends methodological, practical, and translational aspects of computational epidemiology. The course is not intended to provide statistical training, but rather to teach students to recognize suitable computational approaches to handle data. The practice sessions will acquaint students with statistical and machine learning software capable of processing big data.

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PHC 7090 Advanced Biostatistical Methods I 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Theory and application for estimation and hypothesis testing for independent data using linear models. Principles of Frequentist and Bayesian estimation and inference. Application using statistical software. Writing data analysis reports.

Prerequisite: PHC 6050, PHC 6051, STA 6326, and STA 6327, or permission of the instructor

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PHC 7091 Advanced Biostatistical Methods II 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Theory and application for independent and dependent data using generalized linear models and generalized linear mixed models. Bayesian and Frequentist inference. Application using statistical software. Writing data analysis reports.

Prerequisite: PHC 7090 Advanced Biostatistical Methods I or equivalent

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PHC 7199 Topics in Precision Medicine and Public Health Informatics 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

The course introduces methodological and translational topics in precision medicine and public health informatics and provides knowledge and skills for planning and managing such research.

Prerequisite: Epidemiology Methods I and II and a SAS course, or graduate statistical and quantitative research courses in any relevant department, or permission from the instructor.

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PHC 7307 Quantitative Assessment of Environmental Health Impacts 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Introduces applied modeling of environmental health impact assessment for graduate students and health professionals by focusing on burden of diseases, transmission and control of environmentally-mediated infectious pathogens through the use of statistical and mathematical tools.

Prerequisite: PHC 6313 and PHC 6050

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PHC 7427 Ethics in Population Science 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Covering federally mandated topics in the Responsible Conduct of Research: Data Acquisition, Management, Sharing, Ownership; Conflict of Interest/Commitment; Human Subjects; Animal Welfare; Research Misconduct; Publication Practices and Responsible Authorship; Mentor/ Trainee Responsibilities; Peer Review; and Collaborative Science. This ethics course is for those enrolled in research intensive graduate programs.

Prerequisite: Advanced degree or PhD candidacy or permission of the instructor.

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PHC 7587 Theory Development and Testing in Behavioral & Community Public Health 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

The purpose of this class will be allowing students the opportunity to review and orally present on a psychosocial constuct that is relevant to their own public health research goals and familiarize students with the process of theory development.

Prerequisite: Doctoral student in BSCH or consent of instructor.

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PHC 7594 Genetic Epidemiology 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Covers fundamental concepts and principles in genetic epidemiology. At the completion of this course, students are expected to critically discuss literature, design and conduct basic genetic analysis, and interpret research finding. Advanced methods course for PhD program.

Prerequisite: PHC 6000, PHC 6011 (can be taken concurrently), and PHC 6050C. Talk to the instructor for a prerequisite waiver or further information. For PhD students; MS/MPH students may contact the instructor for permission.

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PHC 7595 Introduction to Molecular Epidemiology 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Covering the theoretical concepts in molecular epidemiology and use of biomarkers in epidemiologic studies. Class topics include: basics of molecular epidemiology, potential uses and limitations of biomarkers, sample collection and storage, issues in epidemiologic study design and analysis, and discussion of specific research examples involving molecular markers.

Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic concepts in epidemiology and study designs: PHC 6001

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PHC 7727 Grant Writing for Population Health Research 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

This course provides practical instruction in the grant process, with a specific focus on National Institutes of Health (NIH) procedures. It provides the student with experience in writing parts of the grant application and in reviewing other's grant applications. It also contains a Mock Grant Review session to assist students in understanding the process and content of grant review.

Prerequisite: PHC 6011 Epidemiology Methods II

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PHC 7752 Seminar in Instrument Development for Public Health 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Seminar discussions regarding developing and validating instruments for data collection and measurement.

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PHC 7901 Epidemiology Literature Review and Critique (Journal Club) 1 Credit, Max 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Preparing students to perform peer-review and to think critically.  In weekly class discussion sessions, students will review peer-reviewed, published research studies that demonstrate innovative or faculty epidemiologic content or methods.  Feedback will be given by student peers and faculty.

Prerequisite: PhD candidacy status or permission from the instructor

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PHC 7902 Scientific Writing for Peer Reviewed Publications for Popular Science 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Practice reviewing and critiquing research studies.

Prerequisite: PhD student status or permission of the instructor ;

Corequisite: Conducting mentored doctoral research

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PHC 7907 Social and Behavioral Science Journal Club 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Discussing recent literature from top peer-reviewed journals on specific health behaviors or health outcomes.  Students will be presenting 4 journal articles.  The purpose is to think about health behaviors or health outcomes from a multidisciplinary perspective.

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PHC 7910 International Field Epidemiology 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

This is an independent study for a student who whishes to accomplish a primary data collection effort internationally.

Prerequisite: PHC 6011 Epidemiology Methods II

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PHC 7916 National Field Epidemiology 1-3 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

This applied epidemiology field experience is designed as an opportunity for doctoral students to integrate their growing expertise in epidemiology in a field research experience among a population in the United States.

Prerequisite: PHC 6011 Epidemiology Methods II

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PHC 7918 Independent Study 1-3 Credits, Max 3 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Independent Study is designed for graduate level students who want to pursue in depth an area of study not provided in regularly offered courses. It can involve independent readings or independent projects under the guidance of a faculty sponsor.

Prerequisite: Consent of faculty member supervising the study.

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PHC 7925 Biostatistics Journal Club 1-3 Credits, Max 8 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Meeting weekly to present, review, and discuss current articles in biostatistics or statistics journals or discipline-specific (e.g. medicine, public health, epidemiology) articles with substantive biostatistical content.

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PHC 7934 Seminar I: Epidemiology Past, Present, and Future 2 Credits

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

The principal goals of this doctoral seminar include becoming familiar with major programs of research in epidemiology, discussing findings and implications od classic/prominent epidemiologic studies, reviewing the strengths and weakness of major epidemiologic study designs, and applying knowledge of epidemiologic study design to students' formulation of their own research studies.

Prerequisite: PhD standing

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PHC 7935 Critical Thinking in Environmental and Global Health 1 Credit

Grading Scheme: Letter Grade

Providing students with the critical thinking and integrative skills necessary to understand contemporary environmental health problems, critically understand the existing literature, develop research and assessment questions, and identify appropriate methodological tools to address the questions.  The course is offered as a weekly seminar that revolves around a focal reading, followed by additional bcakground reading and discussion.

Prerequisite: PHC 6313  Environmental Health Concepts in Public Health and PHC 6702  Exposure Measurement and Assesment

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PHC 7979 Advanced Research 1-12 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Research for doctoral students before admission to candidacy. Designed for students with a master's degree in the field of study or for students who have been accepted for a doctoral program. Not appropriate for students who have been admitted to candidacy.

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PHC 7980 Research for Doctoral Dissertation 1-15 Credits, Max 15 Credits

Grading Scheme: S/U

Research for Doctoral Dissertation

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