Intermediate Epidemiology

Course Details

Course Number
NUTR 319
Associated Faculty

Course Description

Intermediate Epidemiology exposes students to a variety of key concepts and methods when carrying out epidemiologic studies and teaches students applied skills in analyzing epidemiologic data and interpreting study findings appropriately. This course includes a 2-hour lecture session followed by a 1-hour lab session. The lecture session will present epidemiologic methods and concepts beyond the Principles of Epidemiology, and review relevant statistical methods and their applications in epidemiologic studies. The lab session will prepare students with practical skills in conducting and analyzing epidemiologic studies using SAS. The lab session will be taught in a computer lab equipped with SAS.

Class will meet in the Computer Lab, Sackler, Room 514, except on the following dates when class will meet in Sackler, Room 604:

  • Friday, January 18 (FIRST DAY OF CLASS)
  • Friday, January 25
  • Friday, February 15
  • Friday, March 8
  • Friday, April 19
Syllabus: 

Prerequisites

NUTR 204, AND NUTR 206 or equivalents AND NUTR 309 or equivalents, or concurrently taking NUTR 309 or equivalents, or instructor consent.

Terms Offered

Semester/Term SIS Number Meeting Time Location Instructors
Spring 2019 20027 Friday 9:00am - 12:00pm Computer Lab, Sackler 514 unless otherwise noted Fang Fang Zhang
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