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If your class is not listed as online or hybrid, it will meet fully face-to-face with proper social distancing following the noted class schedule.
This course covers the principles and methods of epidemiologic investigation including describing the patterns of illness in populations and research designs for investigating the etiology of disease. It also introduces quantitative measures to determine risk, association and procedures for standardization of rates. Prerequisite: PBH 111; SOC 288 or MAT 184. Spring.
This course allows the student to apply the theories and principles of public health in a real life setting. Students are assigned to public health settings in state agencies, local governments or not for profit organizations for a semester experience. Requires a minimum of 12 hours per week for 4 credits.