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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 36 credits, including 9 credits in required core courses, 21 credits in required concentration-specific courses, 4 credits in elective courses, and 2 credits in consulting/thesis.

Core courses (9 credits)
PUBH 6080Pathways to Public Health
PUBH 6850Introduction to SAS for Public Health Research
PUBH 6851Introduction to R for Public Health Research
PUBH 6852Introduction to Python for Public Health Research
PUBH 6860Principles of Bioinformatics
PUBH 8870Statistical Inference for Public Health Research I
Applied biostatistics concentration-specific requirements (21 credits)
PUBH 6862Applied Linear Regression Analysis for Public Health Research
PUBH 6864Applied Survival Analysis for Public Health Research
PUBH 6865Applied Categorical Data Analysis
PUBH 6866Principles of Clinical Trials
PUBH 6879Propensity Score Methods for Causal Inference in Observational Studies
PUBH 6887Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis for Public Health Research
PUBH 8871Statistical Inference for Public Health Research II
4 credits in elective courses. See Program Guide for suggested options.
Consulting, research, and thesis
2 credits taken as follows:
PUBH 6869Principles of Biostatistical Consulting (1 credit)
PUBH 6898Master of Science Thesis (1 credit)