Effective Spring 2008

ERHS 532Epidemiologic Methods3
ERHS 542Biostatistical Methods for Qualitative Data3
ERHS 544/STAT 544Biostatistical Methods for Quantitative Data3
ERHS 640Advanced Epidemiology3
ERHS 658Environmental/Occupational Epidemiology3
ERHS 693AResearch Seminar: Epidemiology 11
Epidemiology-related courses 212
Out of department requirement 33
One course from ONE of the following areas (3 or more credits):3
Environmental/Occupational Health
Environmental and Occupational Health Issues
Industrial Hygiene
Advanced Occupational Health
Principles of Ergonomics
Toxicology/Cancer Biology
Fundamentals of Toxicology
Cancer Biology
Cancer Genetics
Environmental Carcinogenesis
Microbiology 4
Medical and Molecular Virology
Advanced Molecular Virology
Immunobiology
Mechanisms of Bacterial Pathogenesis
Statistics 4
Applied Logistic Regression
Design and Data Analysis for Researchers I
Design and Data Analysis for Researchers II
Quantitative Spatial Analysis
Analysis of Time Series I
Analysis of Time Series II
Statistics for Environmental Monitoring
Applied Multivariate Analysis
Research 56
Independent Study: Epidemiology
Independent Study: Occupational and Environmental Health
Independent Study: Toxicology
Independent Study: Radiation Chemistry
Independent Study: Radiation Ecology
Independent Study: Cancer Biology
Independent Study: Health Physics
Independent Study: Exposure Assessment
Independent Study: Small Animal Radiology
Independent Study: Large Animal Radiology
Independent Study: Special Techniques in Radiology
Independent Study: Radiation Therapy
Independent Study: Computed Tomography
Independent Study: Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Independent Study: Ultrasound
Independent Study: Nuclear Medicine
Total Credits40

 A minimum of 40 credits are required to complete this program.  

1

Registration every semester is strongly recommended.

2

Other courses in epidemiology or related areas, as approved by graduate advisory committee.

3

Graduate level (500 or above) course work approved by graduate advisory committee.

4

Non-ERHS courses cannot be used to meet these requirements and out-of-department requirements.

5

Minimum of 6 credits, for preparation of professional paper.