School of Public Health

Undergraduate Course Listings

EPI 201 Outbreak Investigation And Response (5) I&S NW QSR
Provides an introduction to infectious disease outbreaks of both domestic and global significance. Students learn about outbreak detection, investigation and response activities and methodologies through a combination of lecture, case studies, homework, and popular media. Offered: Sp.

EPI 220 Sexually Transmitted Infections: Causes And Consequences (5) I&S NW QSR
Examines the causes and consequences of sexually transmitted infections (STI). Discusses strategies to prevent STI with a focus on sexual and reproductive health. Explores new advances in STI epidemiology, treatment, and public health control. Offered: A.

EPI 221 Maternal And Child Health-a Population Health Approach (5) NW
Provides a public health perspective of maternal and child health. Includes information on indicators of maternal, infant, and child health; risk factors for pregnancy complications, infant and child morbidity and mortality; and impact of maternal and child health on life course disease risk. Offered: A.

EPI 320 Introduction To Epidemiology (4) NW
For the undergraduate student wishing to devote only one quarter to a course in epidemiologic methods. Description of ways in which variation in disease occurrence is documented and how that variation is studied to understand causes of disease. Offered: AWSp.

EPI 330 Analyzing Epidemiologic Data: Basic Methods (4) I&S QSR
Application of concepts to real data using basic epidemiologic analysis methods. Prerequisite: EPI 320; and either BIOST 310, QMETH 201, Q SCI 381, STAT 220, STAT 221/CS&SS 221/SOC 211, or STAT 311. Offered: Sp.

EPI 360 Exploring The HIV/AIDS Pandemic (5) I&S NW QSR
Presents a comprehensive overview of the historical, public health, clinical, and biological aspects of HIV infection. Covers impact of AIDS on community and global health care and prospects for prevention and control. Offered: W.

EPI 410 Computational And Applied Genetic Epidemiology (5) QSR
Advanced topics in genetic epidemiology for undergraduate students, focusing on hands-on introduction to computational analysis of population genetics and individual health data using R programs. Students will investigate how genes and environment interact to cause disease and health-states and to inform public health interventions. Recommended: PHG 301 or prior background in basic genetics and statistics. Offered: jointly with BIOST 401/PHG 401; Sp.

EPI 499 Undergraduate Research (*)
Offered: AWSpS.

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