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    • Epidemiology or Bioinformatics with tracks in Biostatistics Masters of Science in Department of Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, and Biomathematics Suite 180, Building D 4000 Reservoir Rd, NW Washington, DC 20057-1484 Epidemiology or Bioinformatics with tracks in Biostatistics Masters of Science in http://dbbb.georgetown.edu
    • Masters of Science in What can I do with an MS Biostatistics degree in Biostatistics? With an MS degree in Biostatistics, graduates can go on to hold research associate positions with tracks in in academic research centers, pharmaceutical Bioinformatics companies and biotechnology industries, join a private sector consulting firm, or begin a or Ph.D. program in Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, Epidemiology Biomathematics, Epidemiology, or other biomedical fields. About the program: Courses will include: The Master’s degree in biostatistics is a three-semester program (plus the YEAR 1 intervening summer) for full-time students. The program runs from August Semester 1 until December of the following year, and requires a mixture of course work, More questions? Contact: internship, and research. Adjustments to the schedule are planned for part-time  BIST 510: Probability and Sampling (3 credits, fundamental course) msbiostat@georgetown.edu students.  BIST 511: Statistical Inference (3 credits, fundamental course) For more information about  BIST 530: Biostatistics for Bioinformatics (3 credits, Bioinformatics track) the Department of Biostatistics, Academic requirements:  BIST 540: Clinical Trials (3 credits, Epidemiology track) Bioinformatics, and Biomathematics see: Students are required to complete 32 credits that must include 14 fundamental credits, 10 track credits, 3 practicum credits, and 2 consulting credits. http://dbbb.georgetown.edu Semester 2 Additionally, students will attend the biweekly seminar series. The minimum  BIST 512: Statistical Modeling I (4 credits, fundamental course) For more information about the Lombardi prerequisites are calculus and linear algebra. Students can fulfill these Comprehensive Cancer Center education prerequisites by taking summer courses at Georgetown University, such as  BIST 513: Statistical Modeling II (4 credits, fundamental course) programs see: MATH 137 and MATH 150.  BIST 531: Pattern Recognition (4 credits, Bioinformatics track) http://lombardi.georgetown.edu/  BIST 541: Principles of Epidemiology (4 credits, Epidemiology track) education Application requirements:  BIST 918: Practicum (3 credits) 1 Bachelor's degree 2 TOEFL results (if your most recent academic degree is from a university Summer Internship where English is NOT the primary language of instruction) YEAR 2 3 Three letters of recommendation Semester 1 4 Statement of purpose  BIST 535: Case Studies in Bioinformatics (3 credits, Bioinformatics track) 5 Completed application  BIST 545: Case Studies in Epidemiology (3 credits, Epidemiology track) Department of Biostatistics, Information on applying, including the online application forms, can be found  BIST 550: Consulting (2 credits) Bioinformatics, and through the following website: Biomathematics http://biomedgrad.georgetown.edu/prospective.html  BIST 520: Special Topic (1 credit, elective) Suite 180, Building D All of the above materials should be submitted by June 30th for admission in  BIST 521: Special Topic (1 credit, elective) 4000 Reservoir Rd, NW September.  BIST 522: Special Topic (1 credit, elective) Washington, DC 20057-1484