On Campus Epidemiology Graduate Programs
Campus epidemiology graduate programs provide a community of students, faculty, and practitioners interested in working on the world’s medical, social, ethical, economic, and public policy issues related to public health and disease. Because epidemiology programs draw on many academic disciplines to analyze patterns in health and disease, they train professionals who may want to inform and influence public and private policies that require complex knowledge of best practices in health care and politics. There are many epidemiology degree programs that may lead to a career in this exciting field.
Epidemiology Graduate Programs On-Campus
Campus epidemiologist programs prepare professionals to work in research hospitals and universities, public health departments, and global health organizations. While earning a campus epidemiology degree, you join faculty and other students in working through theories, methods and content in classrooms and sometimes in internships. You have many choices when it comes to specializing in an epidemiology graduate program. These choices include a Doctorate in Population Epidemiology, Ecology, and Evolution, a Masters or Doctorate in Cancer Epidemiology, or an Epidemiology Graduate Certificate. Two popular specializations are public health and international health. There are part time and full time programs. Epidemiology programs typically offer masters of science, masters and PhD degrees in public health, and Ph.D. degrees in disciplines such as biology or cancer epidemiology. Programs such as these offer lots of ways to pursue your top career goals.
To find an epidemiology graduate program for you, use the GradSchools filters to search for a program by location, degree type, and specialization. Why wait? Learn more about the different on-campus degrees in epidemiology at accredited colleges and universities today!
- College Station, TXCollege Station, TX
Texas A&M University
The Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics prepares students for research or practice in academia and numerous public and private health arenas. Students will acquire the expertise necessary to design and implement basic and applied research in di...
- Quebec, QCQuebec, QC
- Chapel Hill, NCChapel Hill, NC
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Vancouver, BCVancouver, BC
University of British Columbia
- Twin Cities, MNTwin Cities, MN
University of Minnesota
Epidemiology is the science of public health. It observes, describes, quantifies, and theorizes about conditions affecting population health and also designs and tests intervention to prevent disease and to promote public health.
- Fairfax, VAFairfax, VA
George Mason UniversityUpcoming Start Date: January 22, 2019
This program prepares participants to apply epidemiological and statistical principles to quantitative analysis of health issues. It will prepare health scientists to work as professionals in health-related government agencies, pharmaceutical companies,...
- Fairfax, VA
- Stanford, CAStanford, CA
- Columbia, SCColumbia, SC
University of South Carolina
The major in epidemiology is designed for students pursuing careers in the study of chronic and infectiousdiseases and disabling conditions.
- Galveston, TXGalveston, TX
University of Texas Medical Branch
The Graduate Program in Preventive Medicine and Community Health is authorized to award the MS and PhD degrees. The PMCH Program features a core curriculum with several curricular tracks that allow specialized study in several areas within the broad fie...
- Rochester, NYRochester, NY
University of Rochester
The curriculum emphasizes the sequential process of reasoning that is inherent to the discipline of Epidemiology...