Sign up to our newsletter today
We've been helping students find the right postgraduate course for over a decade.
The Department of Public Health Sciences offers a (30 credit hours) non-thesis M.S. degree in Applied Health Research and Evaluation (AHRE). The goal of this program is to develop technicians, data analysts, program evaluators, or research associates/coordinators, working in the private and public sectors, with foundational research and evaluation knowledge and skills related to study design, data management, and data analysis. Specifically, graduates will work as integral parts of collaborative research teams who wish to assess the efficacy and effectiveness of programs and interventions, improve the efficiency of health services, and provide data-based evidence to drive informed decision-making and empower positive change in population and healthcare practice.
Read more about this course
This program requires submission of a personal statement, resume, two letters of recommendation (one from an academic source), GRE or MCAT scores, TOEFL scores, and official undergraduate transcripts. The personal statement should address particular interests in health research and reason for enrolling in the program. Submission of GRE or MCAT scores is waived for graduates (or students in good standing) of the Clinical and Translational Research Graduation Certificate program. While not required, background courses in introductory statistics, calculus, and research methods are recommended.
For further details, please View Website
Based on your current searches we recommend the following search filters.