Each year since 2000, the college hosts the Summer Program, designed to provide hands-on education and training in applied biostatistical, epidemiological and public health practice methods in a flexible short-course format. Courses are taught by faculty from around the world.
The program runs for two weeks, with each course lasting one week. Individuals may take up to four courses over two weeks. Continuing education credit is usually available.
Hundreds of practitioners and researchers have benefitted from the College of Public Health Summer Program.
Click here for information on the next Summer Program.