University of Queensland
Epidemiology is one of the core sciences of public health and has made major contributions to improving population health and increasing life expectancy. If you’re interested in studying the distribution and determinants of health and disease, a degree in epidemiology is for you.
The Graduate Certificate in Epidemiology is a six-month program designed for applicants with an approved degree. There are several ways of meeting admission requirements. For more information, see the Program Details tab.Complete four courses: two compulsory courses and two electives. Core courses will build your knowledge of the scope epidemiology and biostatistics. Elective courses cover areas such as clinical practice and statistical methods.Benefit from a program that is flexible and comprehensive and reflects UQ’s strong links with organisations such as Australian Aid, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, UNICEF and international ministries of health.Choose to progress to the Graduate Diploma in Epidemiology or the Master of Epidemiology. Because epidemiology courses are taken from the same course list, you can transfer study credits across the programs.
|CRICOS Code||For the course code, kindly refer to the university website.|
|Institution Name||University of Queensland|
|Course Duration||1 Year part-time (only available as part-time study)|
|Course University||University of Queensland|
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