Students will learn the basics of data collection methods, sampling design for linear, logistic, and survival analysis complex models using survey data. Students will also learn abou wieght adjustments, imputation methods with a emphasis on both applied models and the theory behind them.
Public health graduates commonly find themselves in research positions. These research positions often require them to familiar with analyzing survey data. The ability to efficiently handle of survey data is important to public health workers. This course teaches how to take work with large national dataset and properly analyze them for publication. An introductory course in Statsitics or Biostatistics as well as in introduction to SAS are prerequisites.
In an effort to better serve our students and to reach a broader audience, the Department of Biostatistics desires to make more of their graduate courses deliverable through distance learning method. Providing this course in an online format is as important as it is to take courses on a campus. Quality asynchronous courses can benefit adult learners in the retailing field regardless of their physical location. The Department of Biostatistics has a proven track record of offering quality ADA compliant distributed learning courses. Delivering BIOS 700, EPID 700, BIOS 757, BIOS 709 & BIOS 710 via an asynchronous, 100% online format will also support the University’s efforts to make first-rate courses
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