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Concentration: Genomics (Code: GEO) Delivery: Traditional
The MSPH concentration in Genomics is designed for students who seek an individualized, research-oriented program. This concentration provides an intense research and technical program of study for science-oriented students with an interest in genomics. Individualized courses of study are determined for students with the cooperation of an advisory committee, which allows students to receive specialized training in a broad variety of genomics related topics that intersect with public health. This concentration focuses on preparing students to fulfill leadership and research roles that incorporate genomic technologies into research and practice settings in order to improve health and healthcare. Several course offerings and areas of emphasis allow for flexibility in tailoring a program that meets each students' needs. The MSPH culminates with an independent thesis requirement which requires a substantial time commitment on the part of the student. The thesis work involves extensive one on one interaction between the student, their thesis advisor and their thesis committee. Preference for admission is given to students with a background or demonstrated skills in the biological sciences and a clear vision related to their educational and career goals.
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