The MPH degree in quantitative methods is designed for health professionals who require competency in the management, analysis, and interpretation of public health data and knowledge of data analysis issues as applied to a particular area of public health. This degree is appropriate for persons interested in obtaining employment in the pharmaceutical industry, in government, or in an academic setting, or for persons interested in pursuing a doctoral degree. Enrollment can be on a full- or part-time basis.

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