Analyze and interpret scientific concepts, methods, and tools of data collection, to develop evidence-based strategies that positively impact public health.
Evaluate strategies, interventions, and programs to reduce disease risks and promote public health well-being in diverse populations.
Promote interprofessional leadership by applying team building, negotiation, and conflict management.
Design ethical and equitable policies and practices that advance public health.
Provide clear, concise epidemiological information to policy makers, professionals, and lay audiences.
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Capella’s Post-Master’s Certificate in Epidemiology can help you expand your skills to make a positive impact on public health in the US and around the world.
|Course Number||Course Title|
|DRPH8170||Applied Methods in Epidemiology|
|DRPH8400||Epidemiological Issues in Urban and Rural Health|
|DRPH8408||Chronic and Infectious Diseases in Epidemiology|
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From ongoing research initiatives to effectively communicating information to diverse populations, public health officials play a vital role in combating infectious diseases.