Epidemiology Graduate Programs
The Master’s Degree in Epidemiology and Clinical Research provides students with the skills essential to population-based study and patient-oriented clinical research, including epidemiologic methods and statistical analysis.
Many students are clinical investigators with an MD or comparable clinical degree, often in fellowship stages of their training or are already junior faculty members. The program also considers applicants from doctoral programs in the social, behavioral or biological sciences, who are interested in a concurrent Master’s degree and wish to apply epidemiologic techniques in their areas of research interest. The program also serves as a rigorous introduction to epidemiology and clinical research for students with baccalaureate degrees or Stanford co-term students (below) who anticipate careers in clinical epidemiology or medicine. Many go on to PhD and MD degrees, or to pursue careers in public health and other disciplines.
The PhD program in Epidemiology and Clinical Research provides methodologic and interdisciplinary training that will equip students to carry out cutting-edge epidemiologic research and develop new methodology. The program trains students in the tools of modern epidemiology, with heavy emphases on statistics, causal inference, computer science, genetics, genomics, and informatics. We welcome applicants with diverse backgrounds.
E&PH Pre-Application Information Sessions
Meet with Stanford E&PH faculty to discuss the admission process and answer your questions. We will demystify the application process and help you highlight your strengths and unique contributions. Attendees must pre-register.
MS: Sept 1, 2pm; Nov 18th, 8am
PhD: Sept 13, 2pm; Nov 16th, 8am