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The study of biostatistics involves the usage of statistical methodologies that are tailored to analyze data to determine the cause of illness and injury, detect health trends, analyze risk factors, plan interventions or evaluate statistical data for clinical trials. The UC MPH Biostatistics concentration provides training in advanced statistical methods, regression models, logistical and generalized linear models, data manipulation, visualization, data mining techniques, and both clinical and observational studies design. This program prepares students for positions such as a statistical consultant, a data analyst, or a project manager in health-related organizations such as pharmaceutical companies, state and federal health care organizations, research establishments focusing on clinical trials, statistical consulting companies, and academic establishments requiring biostatistical support.
All UC MPH concentrations are science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) designated. The classification of instructional program (CIP) code used for the UC MPH Program is 51.2202.
Upon completion of the MPH degree in the Biostatistics Concentration students will be able to:
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