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Public health professionals are facing increasing demands to diagnose, prevent and control problems arising from infectious diseases. The Management of Infectious Diseases (MID) specialization of North Dakota State University’s Master of Public Health program is designed to give students the knowledge and expertise required for a successful career in this exciting area.

Students in this specialization can tailor the program to suit their own interests and professional goals by selecting from a variety of learning opportunities that include disease diagnosis and detection, prophylaxis and vaccinology, therapeutics and antibiotic resistance, prevention of disease spread in hospitals or by vectors, public health policy, and emergency responses to emerging diseases and biosecurity threats. In all of these areas, special attention is paid to the application of modern technologies and epidemiologic skills.


Required Courses:
MPH 735: Principles of Infectious Disease Management I
MPH 736: Principles of Infectious Disease Management II
MICR 750: Advanced Topics in Epidemiology
MICR 756: Advanced Topics in Public Health Microbiology

Credit
Hours

3
3
3
3

Elective Courses
And choose at least 6 credits from the list of course on the Program Electives page

Management of Infectious Diseases Sample Plan of Study 2014-16

Current position open at NDSU:

Assistant/Associate Professor - Management of Infectious Disesase/Epidemiology

 

 

 

 


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Last Updated: Wednesday, April 09, 2014 9:17:37 AM