VCU’s Public Health Departments offer doctoral degrees in Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Healthcare Policy and Research, and Social and Behavioral Science. A generalist Master of Public Health Program accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health is offered through the Division of Epidemiology in the Department of Family Medicine and Population Health and supported by the other public health departments. The Department of Biostatistics also offers an MS in Biostatistics and an MS in Biostatistics with a concentration in Clinical Research and Biostatistics.
Access the web sites for VCU’s Public Health Departments at the links below to learn more about their education and research programs.
- Department of Biostatistics
- Department of Family Medicine and Population Health, Division of Epidemiology
- Department of Healthcare Policy and Research
- Department of Health Behavior and Policy
Public Health Seminars
Public health seminars, which are open to students, faculty, and staff throughout VCU, are held periodically in the spring and fall semesters. Lectures address various aspects of public health research and practice. Individual departments also hold seminar series and their schedules can be viewed on their departmental websites.
- Department of Biostatistics Seminars
- Department of Family Medicine and Population Health, Division of Epidemiology Seminars
- Department of Healthcare Policy and Research Seminars
Seminars are generally held at One Capitol Square (830 E. Main Street).