The Applied Biostatistics concentration provides educational opportunities for students to acquire a basic knowledge of biostatistical methods for solving public health problems. The intended audience of the concentration includes individuals with strong quantitative background and interests in a professional career in a public health setting.
The concentration trains students to be able to design studies, implement data collection and management plans, formulate analysis plans and conduct analysis, and report and communicate analytical results. The concentration will also provide students with knowledge in statistical and computational methods and public health.
Outside classes, students will have opportunities to intern as data analysts for various organizations in local and national communities.
Biostatisticians collaborate (work) with experts in medicine and public health areas to solve real-world problems. Biostatisticians are hired by private companies, local and federal governments, research foundations, or educational institutions.
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