Biostatistical Methods I - V (Biostat 200, 208, 209, 210 and 226) and Biostat 212 are part of the Training in Clinical Research (TICR) Program. Biostat 183, 187 and 192 may be taken for credit by any matriculated UCSF student; auditing by staff is permitted.
|Biostat 212||Introduction to Statistical Computing in Clinical Research|
|Biostat 183||Introduction to Statistical Analysis|
|Biostat 200||Biostatistical Methods in Clinical Research I|
|Biostat 210||Biostatistical Methods IV|
|Biostat 187||Introduction to Statistical Theory & Practice|
|Biostat 208||Biostatistical Methods II|
|Biostat 226||Biostatistical Methods V|
|Biostat 192||Introduction to Linear Models|
|Biostat 209||Biostatistical Methods III|
|Biostat 215||Advanced Approaches to the Analysis of Observational Data|
|Biostat 219||Statistical methods in genetic epidemiology|
|Biostat 297||Special Study|
NOTE: Biostatistics attendance policy states that the instructor may choose not
to offer a class if enrollment is less than 5 credit students (or 10 auditors).
UCSF does not offer graduate degrees in Biostatistics.
For information about the UC Berkeley graduate program please contact:
School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720