The Masters of Public Health in Biostatistics program at Kent State University Department of Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences & Epidemiology trains students in the quantitative science of health data collection, storage, retrieval, analysis, and interpretation.
Graduates of our MPH in Biostatistics program are equipped to use statistical methods to design and analyze health-related surveys and experiments for the purpose of improving health.
Similar to our other four MPH programs, the purpose of our Biostatistics program is to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to pursue career opportunities in this public health field. The College of Public Health faculty members have a variety of research interests, including the application of biostatistical analysis to better understand critical health problems such as adolescent substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, cancer, and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Graduates who have an MPH in Biostatistics are responsible for analyzing the effectiveness of new drugs and interventions, identifying risk factors for disease and developing effective prevention strategies at:
- Pharmaceutical companies
- State and local health departments
- Federal health agencies
- Biotechnology companies
If you are looking for a top-quality Biostatistics program, Kent State is the place to find it. Our College of Public Health is designed to help you gain the knowledge and skills you need to pursue a career that will help you make a difference. For more information, contact Mark A. James, PhD, Professor and Chair, Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences & Epidemiology at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t forget to explore our other four MPH programs and find out how they can help you prepare for career opportunities in the field.