The Master of Science in Epidemiology prepares students for careers in surveillance and prevention of illnesses among diverse populations around the world. Students are trained in the foundational aspects of epidemiology including person, place and time, risk and protective factors, and the social determinants of health. Areas of focus may include chronic disease, infectious disease, geriatric, environmental, psychiatric, social, cancer, and maternal and child health epidemiology.
About the School
The UF College of Public Health and Health Professions is focused on preserving, promoting, and improving the health and well-being of populations and individuals. It is one of 63 colleges and schools ... Read More