HTSC440 Information

This course studies the distribution and determinants of health related events in human populations. Using a population-based approach, this course will introduce students to practical disease concepts, descriptive and analytic methods of investigation, and establishment of causal relations through hypothesis generation and statistical evaluation. As a fundamental component of preventative medicine and public health, epidemiology aims to improve our understanding of how to improve the health and social conditions of people.

Must be accepted to either the BS in Health Sciences or the BS in Biomedical Sciences program. All prerequisites must be completed with a minimum grade of C (2.00).


Course Sections for Summer 2013-2014 Trimester
Christopher Campbell
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4:15pm-5:40pm
May 05 - Aug 08, 2014
Section A
Main Campus
3 spaces available
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