Sample Course Plan

A sample course plan is presented below to illustrate the typical course sequencing of the MSCE program. Full-time MSCE students are generally registered for 2.0 credits per term and take courses for seven terms. (Summer I & Summer II are viewed as one term). The MSCE program starts annually in July. Students typically graduate in August at the end of their second year.

Year One

Summer II Term (July - August)

  • EPID 510 - Introductory Epidemiology (1 CU)
  • EPID 526 - Biostatistics for Epidemiology Methods I (1 CU)

Fall Term (August - December)

  • EPID 527 - Biostatistics for Epidemiology Methods II (1 CU)
  • EPID 542 - Measurement of Health in Epidemiology (0.5 CU)
  • EPID 546 - Clinical Database Research Methodology (0.5 CU)

Spring Term (January - April)

  • EPID 536 - Data Management and Visualization I  (0.5 CU) 
  • EPID 560 - Issues in Research Protocol Development (0.25 CU)
  • EPID 570 - Critical Appraisal of the Medical Literature (0.25 CU)
  • EPIC 640 - Advanced Topics in Epidemiology (1 CU) OR Elective course (1CU) OR EPID 610 - Tutorial in Epidemiologic Research (1 CU)

Summer I Term (May - June)

  • EPID 537 - Data Management and Visualization II (0.5 CU) 
  • Elective course AND/OR EPID 610 - Tutorial in Epidemiologic Research (1 CU) AND/OR EPID 900 - Master’s Thesis

Year Two

Fall Term (August - December)

  • Elective course AND/OR EPID 610 - Tutorial in Epidemiologic Research (1 CU) AND/OR EPID 900 - Master’s Thesis

Spring Term (January - April)

  • EPID 640 - Advanced Topics in Epidemiology (1 CU) OR Elective course AND/OR EPID 900 - Master's Thesis

Summer I Term (May - June)

  • Elective course​ AND/OR EPID 900 - Master's Thesis

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