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Pharmacoepidemiology

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  2. Application
  3. Curriculum
  4. Tuition

Curriculum: The certificate is structured around the core methods used to study drug use in large populations so as to inform pharmaceutical and health policy treatments decisions made by health care organizations, providers and patients. To earn the certificate, students must complete 4 courses for a total of 13 credit hours. This certificate can be earned in as few as two semesters (two courses each in the fall and spring semester) or can be spread out over a longer period (e.g., 4 semesters - one course per semester).
Required Courses

  • BSTT 400 - Biostatistics I
  • EPID 403 - Introduction to Epidemiology: Principles & Methods
  • PSOP 426 - Pharmacoepidemiology
  • PSOP 535 - Pharmaceutical Policy

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