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
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.  


Registration every semester is strongly recommended.


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


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


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


Minimum of 6 credits, for preparation of professional paper.