...my time at Yale was one of the most transformative experiences of my adult life. I didn't realise it back then, but it's transformed me beyond just the piece of paper.
The Master of Science (MS) degree program in Public Health is designed with an emphasis on mastering skills in biostatistics, chronic disease epidemiology, epidemiology of infectious diseases, or health informatics. The program focuses on the theory and application of statistical methodology in biomedical science, the foundations behind clinical research in epidemiology and the practice of informatics across clinical and public health domains. The program is suited for student interested in entering the work force, continuing their education in PhD programs and clinicians.
Unless stated otherwise, students can enroll full time or part time.
The mission of the Doctor of Philosophy program is to provide scholars with the disciplinary background and skills required to contribute to the development of our understanding of better ways of measuring, maintaining, and improving the public’s health.
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