In this unique interdisciplinary program, students develop skills through a combination of didactic courses, seminars, and research activities including primary data collection and analysis. The PhD program is comprised of a core curriculum in advanced quantitative methods, epidemiology, population health measurement, impact evaluations, and implementation science methods.
Students complete six quarters (two years) of coursework, 46 credits in the core requirement, 12 credits in the area of emphasis, a minimum of 27 dissertation credits, and the remaining credits in elective courses.
G H 511 - Problems in Global Health
G H 535 - Advanced Methods for Global Health I
G H 536 - Advanced Methods for Global Health II
G H 537 - Advanced Methods for Global Health III
G H 541 - Fundamentals of Implementation Science in Global Health
EPI 512 – Epidemiologic Methods I
EPI 513 – Epidemiologic Methods II
Leadership, Policy & Management
Areas of Emphasis
Advanced Quantitative Methods
Global Health Measurement
Advanced Health Systems Research Methods