223.861.01 GLOBAL DISEASE EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CONTROL PROGRAM DOCTORAL SEMINAR
- International Health
- 2nd term
- 1 credit
- Academic Year:
- 2014 - 2015
- East Baltimore
- Class Times:
- Wednesday, 12:00 - 1:20pm
Creates a focused, small group environment for the entering PhD students, which actively engages them in relevant, challenging content necessary for success in the PhD program. The content of the seminar will support and extend beyond those topics taught in the classroom setting. The doctoral student education does not merely consist of successful completion of required courses--each student is expected to become a leading scientific expert during the years spent at JHU. It provides an opportunity to engage with senior faculty and move meaningfully toward selection of a dissertation topic and the skills necessary to successfully complete the PhD.
- Learning Objectives:
- Engage in intellectual discussion on a range of topics, including research study design, aims, and methods, career trajectories, doctoral level skill-sets, etc.
- Intelligently discuss the role of research in the improvement of the health status of populations throughout the world
- Constructively critique research methods employed by public health scientists
- Formulate research questions that may develop into dissertation topics
- Methods of Assessment:
Based on oral presentations, written critiques, and class participation.
- Enrollment Restriction:
IH doctoral students
- Instructor Consent:
No consent required