The Department of Preventive Medicine and Community Health sponsors the Department of Quantitative Methods: Biostatistics and Epidemiology located on the Newark Campus of the UMDNJ-School of Public Health. Biostatistics and epidemiology are fundamental skills for public health, clinical practice and research. The goal of this department is to assist the student in developing quantitative, analytic and research skills for public health practitioners, employing both lecture-based and case-based teaching methods. Master of Public Health (MPH) students are able to emphasize either biostatistics or epidemiology. Within the epidemiology concentrations, student may complete collaterals (minors) in the areas of: Injury, Infectious diseases, Radiologic Informatics.
Upon graduation, a student with the MPH degree in the Quantitative Methods emphasis will be able to:
For more detailed information regarding the QNME curriculum click on the Biostatistics and Epidemiology Checklists on the Newark links page that can be found at: http://sphweb02.umdnj.edu/sphweb/sphc/campus/newark/links.cfm
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