Epidemiology Degree Programs
The master of public health (MPH) in epidemiology (EPI) provides students with the necessary tools to conceptualize a public health problem, design studies, collect data, analyze data, and interpret and report the results of studies.
The master of public health (MPH) in global epidemiology (GLEPI) is a joint program offered by the Hubert Department of Global Health and the Department of Epidemiology. Students learn qualitative and quantitative research methodologies that they can put to practical use on a global level.
The master of science in public health (MSPH) degree in epidemiology (EPI) is a professional degree designed for students seeking more in-depth training in epidemiologic research.
The master of science in public health degree (MSPH) in global epidemiology (GLEPI) is a joint program offered by the Hubert Department of Global Health and the Department of Epidemiology. Students are trained in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and receive a more in-depth education in the analytic aspects of epidemiology.
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MPH in Environmental Health and Epidemiology
The joint master of public health (MPH) program in environmental and occupational health and epidemiology is administered by the Department of Environmental Health. In this program, students gain preparation for research careers in environmental/occupational epidemiology.
Applied Epidemiology Concentration
Rollins offers an applied epidemiology concentration through its distance-learning Executive MPH program. The Applied Epidemiology track is geared toward meeting the needs of students who anticipate working as an epidemiologist in a practice-based setting.
Master of Science in Clinical Research
Laney Graduate School offers a master of science in clinical research (MSCR) through the Atlanta Clinical & Translational Science Institute. This program is aimed toward students with a doctoral degree (or its equivalent) with an interest in clinical investigation as a career.