the department of public health sciences in collaboration with the department of mathematical sciences at clemson university is now offering a 12 credit, graduate-level certificate in health services research at the university center of greenville in greenville, south carolina. the goal of this certificate is to enhance research skills of health professionals in all health related fields. the certificate includes five clemson courses (12 credits) that will be offered during the academic year at the university center of greenville in greenville, south carolina. read more
the department of public health sciences offers a (30 credit hours) non-thesis m.s. degree in applied health research and evalsuation (ahre). the goal of this program is to develop technicians, data analysts, program evalsuators, or research associates/coordinators, working in the private and public sectors, with foundational research and evalsuation knowledge and skills related to study design, data management, and data analysis. specifically, graduates will work as integral parts of collaborative research teams who wish to assess the efficacy and effectiveness of programs and interventions, improve the efficiency of health services, and provide data-based evidence to drive informed decision-making and empower positive change in population and healthcare practice. read more
highly qualified undergraduate students who are interested in earning the m.s. in applied health research and evalsuation may begin earning their master’s degree while simultaneously completing their bachelor’s degree in health science. students who are interested in this accelerated b.s. to m.s. program can find more information here.
the department of public health sciences offers a (64 credit hours) ph.d. degree in applied health research and evalsuation (ahre). graduates will be independent researchers and methodological leaders. the program develops depth and breadth of knowledge in the determinants of health, healthcare systems, research and evalsuation design, epidemiology, and quantitative & qualitative methods, making graduates highly competitive for employment in many different work settings.
graduates find employment in multiple areas, including academia, government, research and evalsuation firms, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare systems, and non-profit organizations. students are required to complete core coursework (34 credit hours), cognate coursework (34 credit hours), and dissertation credit hours (18 credit hours). over the course of the program, faculty committees will assess ph.d. candidate knowledge and skills as demonstrated by successful completion of additional requisite milestones including a comprehensive exam, dissertation proposal defense, and final dissertation defense. read more
this interdisciplinary program leverages the broad strength at clemson spanning computing, engineering, mathematics, biology, public health, and other areas to produce the next generation of data scientists, prepared to manage and analyze big data sources from mobiles sensors to genomic and imaging technologies. graduates will possess the necessary skills for informatics careers in biology, medicine or public health focused on the development of prescriptive analytics from large data sources. the program is designed for students with undergraduate computer science, math, engineering, or biomedical sciences backgrounds who wish to contribute to biomedical sciences or individual and societal health.
highly qualified clemson undergraduates who are interested in earning the m.s. in biomedical data science and informatics may begin earning their master’s degree while simultaneously completing their bachelor’s degree in health science. students who are interested in this accelerated b.s. to m.s. program should e-mail adam rollins at firstname.lastname@example.org. read more
clemson university and the medical university of south carolina offer a joint ph.d. degree in biomedical data science and informatics. this unique collaboration combines clemson’s strengths in computing, engineering, and public health with musc’s expertise in biomedical sciences to produce the next generation of data scientists, prepared to manage and analyze big data sources in order to improve health in the state and the nation.
this program in unique to south carolina and very few programs nationally focus on data science applied to the health and biomedical fields. specialized tracks include precision medicine, population health, and clinical and translational informatics.
graduates will possess marketable skills for informatics careers in biology, medicine, or public health focused on the development of prescriptive analytics from large data sources and will be prepared to lead research programs in academic, healthcare, public health, and industry. these specially trained scientists will be critical to on-going efforts to improve health outcomes in south carolina and the nation. read more