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Old November 25th, 2013, 03:43 PM
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The Guelph University MSc in Epidemiology programme entry requirements are here:

MSc in Epidemiology

Entry requirements:
The applicant should have a bachelors degree from any recognized University.

Prescribed Courses:
Epidemiology II
Project in Epidemiology

Additional Courses
Epidemiology of Zoonoses
Applied Clinical Research
Statistics for the Health Sciences
Safety of Foods of Animal Origins
Studies in Population Medicine
Topics in Statistics
Introduction to Epidemiological and Statistical Methods
Swine Health Management
Dairy Health Management

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University of Guelph
50 Stone Rd E, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada ‎
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Old September 10th, 2015, 12:50 PM
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I am interested in doing the M.Sc. Epidemiology course from the Guelph University so please give me some information about this?
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Old September 10th, 2015, 12:51 PM
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The department offers of Population Medicine of the Guelph University offers MSc by thesis in the fields of epidemiology

Admission Requirements
Students admitted must have an honours or DVM degree (or its equivalent).

Students entering the program should have knowledge of basic statistical methods and their application.

All applicants should submit a one-page statement of research interests and career goals

Students may be admitted into the Fall, Winter or Summer semesters.

Degree Requirements
Msc By Thesis
The prescribed studies are a minimum of four courses (at least 2.0 course credits) appropriate to the discipline.

Epidemiology I (POPM*6200) is a required course for students in epidemiology;
Students in health management and theriogenology must take either
Epidemiology I (POPM*6200) or
Applied Clinical Research (POPM*6230)

A minimum of 'B-' average is required in the prescribed studies.

The department seminar course, POPM*6100, is also required

Thesis must be completed and successfully defended.

Prescribed courses:
POPM*6210 [0.50] Epidemiology II
POPM*6250 [1.00] Project in Epidemiology

Additional Courses
Examples of courses suitable for inclusion in the student's program include:
PABI*6550 [0.50] Epidemiology of Zoonoses
POPM*6230 [0.50] Applied Clinical Research
POPM*6290 [0.50] Statistics for the Health Sciences
POPM*6350 [0.50] Safety of Foods of Animal Origins
POPM*6950 [0.50] Studies in Population Medicine
STAT*6920 [0.50] Topics in Statistics
POPM*6520 [0.50] Introduction to Epidemiological and Statistical Methods
POPM*6700 [0.50] Swine Health Management
POPM*6400 [0.50] Dairy Health Management

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University of Guelph
50 Stone Rd E
Guelph, ON N1G 2W1
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