Certificate in Genetic Epidemiology
Application deadline is May 1, 2012. Training begins July 2, 2012. The Certificate can be earned after successful completion of five courses (three intensive summer plus two fall courses) which provide training in fundamentals of Genetic Epidemiology and SAS. Contact the Program Manager for details: email@example.com.
New: Master of Science Degree in Biostatistics (MSIBS)
This program targets undergraduate majors in quantitative sciences (mathematics, statistics, computer science, biomedical engineering or other related majors) and offers excellent training in biostatistics and statistical genetics. This 43-credit program offers training for new students in summer 2012, beginning on July 2 with completion in December 2013. In addition to 32 credit hours of course work, the program includes an Internship, a Biostatistics Consulting Lab, and an optional Thesis. GRE and TOEFL tests results are required for international students, and GRE test results are required in most other cases. Rolling admissions are offered through January 31 for entry in Summer 2012. Early applications are encouraged. Merit and need-based assistance is available. Visit the MSIBS website for details. Direct inquiries to the Program Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
No longer available to new students:
Master of Science in Genetic Epidemiology (GEMS)
This degree is no longer open for admission for new student entry in summer 2012. It will be incorporated into the Statistical Genetics Pathway of the M.S. in Biostatistics degree beginning in July 2012. For information
and the online application for this new pathway, see the MSIBS website.