The Master of Public Health in Biostatistics at Ohio State teaches students and professionals how to apply statistics to the research and analysis of problems faced throughout the health sciences.
Throughout the program, you will learn why biostatistics is important to making critical clinical and policy decisions to improve public health. You will gain the knowledge and skills to develop meaningful research for general and applied health practice in population health careers in both the public and private sectors. The degree program is available in person or 100% online formats.
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Minimum credit hours: 42
Prerequisites: Bachelor's or graduate degree; good math education, especially in linear algebra and calculus; first course in probability and/or statistics
Program start: Autumn semester
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Review our application preparation recommendations prior to applying to the master’s program. When you’re ready, submit your application through SOPHAS. A supplemental Ohio State application will follow.