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    Apr 19, 2024  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin [Archived Bulletin]

PBHL 5950 - Senior Seminar

Goals: This course provides an overarching capstone experience to seniors graduating with a degree in Public Health Sciences. To synthesize and apply the concepts and approaches from the broad field of Public Health Sciences learned through prior coursework and the internship or research experience; to prepare for the next steps in the academic or career path; and to engage with research, collect and analyze public health data, and create public health educational and outreach materials.

Content: In this course you will have the opportunity to relate what you have learned during your Public Health Sciences major to an advanced Public Health issue. Embedded in this process you will learn how to conduct Public Health research such as how to engage with communities, communicate professionally, prepare and conduct research, analyze research, translate research into outreach materials, and communicate public health outcomes in a public forum.

Taught: Fall and Spring

Prerequisites: Senior standing. The internship or research experience should either be completed prior to enrolling in this course, or significantly underway. 

Credits: 4