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New York State International Training & Research Program
Applicants admitted into NYS-ITRP degree programs will receive intensive training in his/her specialty. These programs are part of the graduate education experience of the University at Albany, School of Public Health. The departments of Epidemiology and Biomedical Sciences offer training leading to the MS, PhD and DrPH degrees. Training leading to PhD or DrPH degrees is available on a very limited basis. Two years is generally required to complete the requirements for the MS degree, while four years or more is usually necessary to complete the requirements of the PhD or DrPH degree.
MS in Epidemiology Program
This program is designed to help fellows develop skills and competence in the practice, research, and teaching of the discipline of epidemiology which includes an understanding of the theory, methods, and knowledge of epidemiology. The program is part of the graduate education experience of the University at Albany, School of Public Health.
The recipient of the Epidemiology/Biostatistics Certificate will:
Collaborative MPH program (applicants from Georgia only)
Collaborative Returned Fellow PhD Support (applicants from Georgia only)
* All degrees earned through the collaborative programs are granted by the home institution. Training in the United States is provided to complement in-country work.
Note: Applicants in both degree programs and post-doctoral programs are required to participate in mandatory intensive ethics training sessions. Subjects covered include research ethics, data management, data ownership, publications, misconduct, and intellectual property issues. Information is also provided on informed consent in human subjects research, responsible use of animals, issues relating to genetic testing, and information and issues relating to conflicts of interest.