Requirements - Clinical Specialization
The M.S in Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases degree requires a total of 10 course units. The Clinical Specialization requires the student to complete or acquire an exemption or waiver from the courses listed below. Full time students must carry a minimum of 4 course units each semester.
MS Required Courses for Clinical Specialization (10 course units)
- EMD 525 Seminar in Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases - 0 units
- EMD 526 Seminar in Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases - 0 units
- EPH 505 Biostatistics in Public Health - 1 unit
- EPH 508 Foundations of Epidemiology and Public Health - 1 unit
- BIS 505 Biostatistics in Public Health II or CDE 534 Applied Analytic Methods in Epidemiology - 1 unit
- EMD 517 Principles of Infectious Disease I - 1 unit
- EMD 518 Principles of Infectious Disease II - 1 unit
- EMD 530 Health Care Epidemiology: Improving Health Care Quality through Infection Prevention or EMD 536 Outbreak Investigations: Principles and Practice – 1 unit
- EMD 567 Tackling the Big 3: Malaria, TB and HIV in Resource-Limited Settings or EMD 533 Implementation Science - 1 unit
- EPH 600 Research Ethics and Responsibilities - 0 units
- EPH 608 Frontiers of Public Health * - 1 unit
- EMD 625 How to Develop, Write, and Evaluate an NIH Proposal or EMD 563 Laboratory and Field Studies in Infectious Diseases - 1 unit
MS Electives in Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases (1 course unit)
* Students entering the program with an MPH or relevant graduate degree may be exempt from this requirement.
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