The Minor in Applied Epidemiology, offered by the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, is designed for students interested in science and health with an opportunity to enhance their skillset obtained from an undergraduate program in public health and other science-related undergraduate programs. Students in the 18-credit minor will expand their knowledge and abilities in the application of epidemiologic and statistical methods, tools and frameworks focusing on evidence-based findings, and best practices. Students will understand how to investigate, detect and address population- and community-level health issues. The minor consists of 6 undergraduate courses (2 required; 4 electives).

Campus Location: Main

Contact Information

To declare this minor, contact:

Laura Windisch, Last Names A-K

Brianna Boyd, Last Names L-Z

Learn more about the minor in Applied Epidemiology.


The requirements for the minor in Applied Epidemiology are:

Required Courses
EPBI 2219Biostatistics and Public Health3
EPBI 3101Introduction to Epidemiology3
Elective Courses
Choose four from the following:12
Public Health Beyond Borders
EPBI 2305
Epidemiology 360: Determinants, Disease and Health-related Outcomes
Applied Survey Methods
Introduction to Statistical Computing
EPBI 3209
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
Census Analysis with GIS
GIS for Health Data Analysis
Environmental GIS
Total Credit Hours18