To receive a Infectious Disease Epidemiology, students will have to complete the following requirements:
- EPI 512: Current Topics in ID EPI [1 Credit - Fall]
- EPI 517: Case Studies in Infectious Disease Epidemiology [2 Credits - Fall]
- EPI 569: Concepts & Methods in ID EPI [3 Credits - Fall]
- EPI 570: ID Dynamics: Theories & Models [3 Credit - Spring]
Elective – 2 credits selected from the approved list
Applied Practice Experience: at least 100 hours must be ID EPI-related
Integrative Learning Experience: Thesis or Capstone with an ID EPI focus*
Total Required Credit Hours – 11 Credits (15 if ILE is not ID EPI-related)
*If a student's ILE is not ID EPI-related, they must take 4 additional credits of approved electives
Students must complete four required courses (9 credits total):
- EPI 512: Current Topics in Infectious Disease Epidemiology (1 credit)
EPI 517: Case Studies in Infectious Disease Epidemiology (2 credits): Provides training in the investigation, control, and prevention of infectious disease by both descriptive and analytic epidemiological techniques.
- EPI 569: Concepts and Methods in Infectious Disease Epidemiology (3 credits): The course will provide an overview of the history, concepts and analytical methods that specifically apply to the study of infectious diseases.
- EPI 570: Infectious Disease Dynamics: Theory and Models (3 credits): This course will present the conceptual theory, mathematical framework, and computational tools to conduct mechanistic modeling of infectious diseases.
This certificate will be available for Master’s candidates in all departments of the Rollins School of Public Health. There are no pre-requisite courses for the certificate.