Biostatistics I (Applied Research Methods in Public Health) includes biostatistics, research designs, and qualitative approaches, and includes emphasis on evaluating research articles in public health. Pre/co-requisites: Bachelor's degree and college-level mathematics course.
Thomas Delaney ()
Dates: July 13 - August 7, 2015; Open to graduate and post baccalaurete PH students; Continuing Education and Professional Students by permission only.
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