NON-DEGREE STUDENT REGISTRATION PACKET & SCHEDULE FOR SPRING 2016

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NON-DEGREE STUDENT REGISTRATION PACKET & SCHEDULE FOR SPRING 2016

Classes meet Tuesday, January 19 – Wednesday, May 4, 2016

For more information visit: http://www.bu.edu/sph/students/resources/coursesand-academic-resources/registrars-office/non-degree-students/

Office of Professional and Academic Services Boston University School of Public Health Alan Hatton, Registrar, [email protected] 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents .....................................................................................................................................................................................2 Introduction to the SPH Non-Degree Student Program ................................................................................................................... 2 Requirements for a Non-Degree Student ...........................................................................................................................................3 Compliance Requirements for Registration ........................................................................................................................................4 Non-degree Student Registration Process ..........................................................................................................................................4 Academic calendar for spring 2016 ...................................................................................................................................................7 Class Meeting Dates................................................................................................................................................................................8 University Policy on Religious and Government Holidays ............................................................................................................... 8 Tuition and Fees........................................................................................................................................................................................9 How to Check your Student Account on the Student Link................................................................................................................. 9 Dropping Classes .................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Withdrawing from Boston University ................................................................................................................................................ 10 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act - FERPA ...................................................................................................................... 11 Privacy preferences ........................................................................................................................................................................ 11 Useful Contact Information .................................................................................................................................................................. 13 BU Medical Campus Map ................................................................................................................................................................... 14

Submitting an online Non-degree Student Registration Form does not guarantee course registration. All requests will be reviewed; we reserve the right to decline registration. Registration is not finalized until the student has received a confirmation email from the SPH Registrar.

INTRODUCTION TO THE SPH NON-DEGREE STUDENT PROGRAM 2

Thank you for your interest in registering as a non-degree student at the Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) for the spring 2016 semester. BUSPH welcomes public health professionals, Boston University employees, students who recently completed their undergraduate education, midcareer professionals, and others who are interested in the field of public health to explore and register for up to two non-degree courses at BUSPH. Non-degree students may enroll in a maximum of two courses at SPH. SPH and BU leadership have approved a revision to the MPH program that will be implemented in fall 2016. Students not seeking an MPH or other SPH degree will be minimally impacted by changes to the curriculum. Courses within your area of interest and without pre-requisites will continue to be available. Students considering application to the MPH program fall of 2016 or later will be enrolled in the BU MPH. With this in mind, we recommend elective courses for the spring and summer of 2016 that could be applied to your MPH if you do choose to apply and are accepted. In most cases, at least four credits of electives may be applied to the revised program. The BU MPH will offer functional and context certificates. These sample courses have no pre-requisites and are generally of interest to new students. Courses taken prior to admission could be applied so long as they are relevant for the selected program and minimum grades were achieved. Course Title GH773: Financial Management for Health Programs GH755: Managing Disasters and Complex Humanitarian Emergencies GH741: Global Health Consultation Techniques LW739: Jewish Bioethics and the Holocaust MC725: Women, Children, & Adolescents: Public Health Approaches MC763: Maternal and Child Health Policy Making PH740: Pharmaceuticals in Public Health: An Introductory Course PM734 Principles of Non-Profit Accounting SB800: The Obesity Epidemic

REQUIREMENTS FOR A NON-DEGREE STUDENT •

an earned bachelor’s degree



have not already completed two non-degree courses at BUSPH



is able to attend all scheduled classes 3



is a US citizen or permanent resident or in a visa status that allows part time study. SPH cannot sponsor a student for a student or scholar visa; those with existing visas should work with International Students and Scholars Office at Boston University (www.bu.edu/isso or 617-353-3565) prior to submitting a registration form.

Students who are returning in non-degree status from a previous semester and have already completed two courses may petition Chris Paal, Director of Professional and Academic Services and Jonathan Cote, Director of Admissions to exceed the two-course limit. The e-mail must be sent to Chris at [email protected] and include specific information as to the student’s highest earned degree, his or her plan to enroll in an SPH degree program and the timeline for seeking admission. Students who are part of specific BU or Medical Campus programs must include an e-mail of support from their Program Director. Once registered, non-degree students must meet the same academic standards and pay the same tuition as degree candidates at BUSPH. In most cases, credits for courses successfully completed as a non-degree student at the School of Public Health will be automatically applied towards a School of Public Health degree, as long as the course meets a degree requirement, is taken within five (5) years of your admission to BUSPH and all minimum grade requirements are met. Taking a class or two prior to the start of your degree program at BUSPH is a great way of getting to know BUSPH and the Medical Campus. COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR REGISTRATION Boston University establishes a number of requirements for registration for all students. These requirements are detailed at http://www.bu.edu/reg/registration/requirements/. The SPH Registrar’s Office is blocked from entering registration for any student who does not comply with University requirements and cannot manually override this block to register students. If you need assistance with compliance information, please talk with a staff member in the SPH Registrar’s Office. NON-DEGREE STUDENT REGISTRATION PROCESS

1. As graduate professionals, non-degree students at SPH should carefully consider their registration prior to submitting a registration form. All students, including non-degree students, are expected to meet all published course pre-requisites in the schedule at the end of this packet and should contact the Registrar’s Office if they have any questions. Non-degree students are limited to registering for two SPH courses without being officially enrolled in a degree program. These two courses may either be taken concurrently in the same semester or in two separate semesters. 2. Non-degree students must submit the online registration form specifically for SPH non-degree students. Registration begins at 9:00 AM on Tuesday, December 1. The registration form can be found at www.bu.edu/sph/students/resources/forms. Non-degree registration forms will be accepted until 5:00 PM on Monday, January 4, 2016. 3. Receive and read confirmation e-mail from the School of Public Health Registrar's Office. This email 4

will be sent to the e-mail address submitted on your non-degree registration form; please check this address frequently. 4. The cost per credit is $1,482. Non-degree students are not eligible for federal financial aid. It is best to ascertain how you will pay for the tuition and fees before you register. Payment for new nondegree students is due by Monday, February 1. 5. After receiving an e-mail registration confirmation from and before classes begin, new non-degree students are required to: a. b. c. d. e. f.

obtain a Boston University identification card establish a Boston University email address purchase course textbooks and readers check their student account and schedule on the Student Link review the class Blackboard site find out where the class is meeting by viewing the classroom listing on the SPH website at www.bu.edu/sph/students/resources/courses and using the map on page 18 g. pay their bill before semester payment deadline h. obtain garage parking permit (if needed)

6. Non-degree students from previous semesters and non-degree students who are current employees of Boston University retain their established BU ID and email address. 7. Picture ID: A Boston University Picture ID is the first item students without a current Boston University affiliation should obtain as they prepare for the fall semester. Boston University employees retain their employee ID and have it updated for entry into the appropriate classroom buildings. The Public Safety Department at BU Medical Campus issues Identification / Access Control cards in room 102 at 710 Albany Street. Enter the Parking and Transcomm lobby and the ID Office is the first door on the left. You may obtain a badge Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM. The office will be closed from 9:00 AM- 12:30 PM. For more information, you may call (617) 638-6879. 8. Boston University E-Mail Account: A current Boston University e-mail account is used to access online resources such as Blackboard and the Student Link. Students who fail to establish an email address prior to the start of the semester may find themselves at a significant disadvantage. Nondegree students will receive an email invitation to open their email after they are registered. 9. Books and Materials: The required textbook and reader list will be posted in early January to the School of Public Health website at www.bu.edu/sph/students/resources/courses. Textbooks and Course Readers for School of Public Health courses may be purchased at the Boston University Bookstore, 660 Beacon Street, in Kenmore Square near the Charles River Campus. Students are expected to complete the class 1 assignments before the first class meeting. Pre-assignments are listed in the course textbook and reader document.

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10. Classroom Assignments: Before the semester begins, classroom assignments are posted to the Student Link. A map of the Medical Campus is at the end of this packet. 11. Blackboard & the Student Link: Blackboard and the Student Link are two separate web-based systems used by Boston University. a. The Student Link is a secure, official Boston University site that allows students online access to their registration activity, class schedules, grades, and student account information. The schedule you see on the Student Link is your current, official course schedule, and the amount due on your student account is accurately reflected within 24 hours of any registration change. Students access the student link with their Boston University e-mail login name and e-mail password at www.bu.edu/studentlink. For example, a student with a Boston University e-mail of [email protected] has a Boston University e-mail login of samsmith. b. Blackboard is a course-specific online tool used for dissemination of course information and documents. Most SPH instructors use this system to disseminate class notes, required and recommended reading assignments, homework assignments, and quizzes. Review http://learn.bu.edu to see if your course is listed as having a Blackboard site. It is important to note that the Blackboard system does not accurately reflect scheduling information, and not all courses will use Blackboard. 12. Paying your bill: The payment deadline for new non-degree students for fall is Monday, February 1, 2016. Tuition is due by the published deadlines, whether or not you have received a paper invoice. Payments can be made online with a credit card on the Student Link once you have opened your Boston University e-mail address 13. Are you a Boston University employee? Check your eligibility for tuition remission: Apply for tuition remission after you have registered and received your registration confirmation. Be sure you understand your benefit and talk with Human Resources before registering.

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR FOR SPRING 2016

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Observed

Monday, January 18

Classes Begin

Tuesday, January 19

Presidents’ Day Holiday – No Classes

Monday, February 15

Substitute Monday Schedule of Classes

Tuesday, February 16

Deadline to drop a full semester class without a “W” grade Tuesday, February 23 Spring Recess

Saturday, March 5 – Sunday, March 13

Deadline to drop a full semester class with a “W

Friday, April 1

Holiday, Classes Suspended

Monday, April 18

Substitute Monday Schedule of Classes

Wednesday, April 20

Final Exams Begin

Thursday, April 28

Final Exams End

Wednesday, May 4

Commencement Weekend

Friday, May 13 – Sunday, May 15

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CLASS MEETING DATES

Monday classes will meet 14 X on: January 25 February 1, 8, 16 (Tues), 22, 29 March 14, 21, 28 April 4, 11, 20 (Wed), 25 May 2

Thursday classes will meet 14 X on: January 21, 28 February 4, 11, 18, 25 March 3, 17, 24, 31 April 7, 14, 21, 28

Tuesday classes will meet 14X on: January 19, 26 February 2, 9, 23 March 1, 15, 22, 29 April 5, 12, 19, 26 May 3

Friday classes will meet 14 X on: January 22, 29 February 5, 12, 19, 26 March 4, 18, 25 April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Wednesday classes will meet 14X: January 20, 27 February 3, 10, 17, 24 March 2, 16, 23, 30 April 6, 13, 27 May 4

Holidays in 2016 MLK Jr. Day Monday, January 18 President’s Day Monday, February 15 Patriot’s Day Monday, April 18 Spring Break Monday, March 7 through Friday, March 11



Students and faculty follow a Monday schedule of classes on these days: Tuesday, February 16 and Wednesday, April 20.



Emergency or weather make up days are available on the following weekends during spring 2016: March 19 & 20, April 2 & 3, and April 9 & 10.



Commencement weekend is the weekend of May 13-May 15, 2016.



The final class may be used for the final exam; the syllabus will detail the class content

UNIVERSITY POLICY ON RELIGIOUS AND GOVERNMENT HOLIDAYS The University, in scheduling classes on religious and government holidays, intends that students observing those holidays be given ample opportunity to make up their work. Faculty members who wish to observe religious holidays will arrange for another faculty member to meet with their classes or for canceled classes to be rescheduled.

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TUITION AND FEES

# Credits

Cost

1

$1,482.00

2

$2,964.00

3

$4,446.00

4

$5,928.00

5

$7,410.00

6

$8,892.00

7

$10,374.00

8

$11,856.00

Payments are made to Boston University, Student Accounting Services, 881 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215, www.bu.edu/studentaccountingservices. Students must also be aware that Student Accounting Services will assess late fees to all student accounts if they are unpaid after the payment deadline. These fees are placed on the account regardless of whether or not you have received an accurate printed invoice from the University. If the student account remains unpaid, a hold may be placed on the student account that blocks the student from utilizing many of the tools on the Student Link. HOW TO CHECK YOUR STUDENT ACCOUNT ON THE STUDENT LINK

1.

Go to the Student Link at www.bu.edu/studentlink. Select the green Money Matters tab and click on “Student Account Inquiry.”

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Stafford Loan Entrance Counseling Stafford On-line Promissory Note Student Account Inquiry Library Account Medical Insurance Student Dental Plan Federal Financial Aid Credit Authorization Status ResNet Fee Waiver Sports Pass Student Account FAQ's Your Financial Aid General Financial Aid Information

2.

You will be prompted to login using your Boston University e-mail alias and Kerberos password. Use the part of your e-mail that comes before @bu.edu -- the login name for [email protected], would be” student.”

3.

Several viewing options are available. Your bill for the current semester automatically shows, but you can switch to “All Semester” to see your account history.

To print a bill, click on: Your name and ID will show on the screen for 20 seconds. To request an invoice, you must call Student Accounting Services at (617) 353-2264.

DROPPING CLASSES

Non degree students who are enrolled in two classes may drop a class without penalty up to the drop without a “W” deadline for that class. Full semester (“standard”) SPH classes follow the Charles River Campus schedule. Half-semester or non-standard classes such as intensives have a customized schedule visible on the Student Link by clicking on the class meeting dates. Go to www.bu.edu/studentlink. Log in, and select “current schedule” under Academics. Click on the class meeting dates of your nonstandard classes to view drop deadlines. WITHDRAWING FROM BOSTON UNIVERSITY Withdrawing from the University means officially dropping ALL courses. Students who wish to withdraw must complete a withdrawal/leave of absence form.

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Lack of attendance without notification does not constitute withdrawing from school. Classes and their associated charges will remain on your student account. There is no charge if the student follows the procedure to withdraw and the withdrawal is processed by Friday, January 15. If a non-degree student withdraws from his or her only class on or after Tuesday, January 19, then he or she will be charged according to the tuition refund schedule. The withdrawal is effective on the date the form is received in the SPH Registrar’s Office. The student’s account will be adjusted based upon the date of withdrawal. The tuition refund schedule is published by the Office of the University Registrar. Full semester (“standard”) SPH classes follow the Charles River Campus schedule. Half-semester or non-standard classes such as intensives have a customized schedule visible on the Student Link by clicking on the class meeting dates. Go to www.bu.edu/studentlink. Log in, and select “current schedule” under Academics. Click on the class meeting dates of your nonstandard classes to view drop deadlines. FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT - FERPA The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of a student’s education records. In compliance with FERPA, Boston University does not disclose personally identifiable information contained in student education records, except as authorized by law. Questions about the University's policies and practices or about specific educational records should be addressed to the Access Officer, Office of the University Registrar, Boston University, 881 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02215. The full policy is available at www.bu.edu/reg/ferpa/index.html and in the SPH Bulletin (www.bu.edu/academics/sph). Student Rights under FERPA In general, a student has the right to: •

inspect his or her education records;



require that the University obtain his or her prior written consent before releasing personally identifiable information from education records;



request that corrections be made to education records if the student believes the records are inaccurate or misleading or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy rights under FERPA

PRIVACY PREFERENCES Unless restricted, Boston University may disclose any of the items of Directory Information without a student’s consent. Students may restrict the disclosure of any item of Directory Information by indicating this restriction on the Personal Page on the Student Link, (www.bu.edu/studentlink -> “Personal” tab -> Data Restriction option). Directory Information for students can be accessed by those outside the university, and consists of the following items of information: •

Academic program (degree, major, minor) 11

• • • • • • •

Dates of attendance, full-time / part-time status Degrees, honors, and awards received Email directory lookup Local address and BU directory phone number School or College Listing in Commencement Program Listing in Bostonia Yearbook

The right to restrict disclosure of directory information does not include the right to remain anonymous in class and may not be used to impede classroom communication.

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USEFUL CONTACT INFORMATION SPH Student Resources Website: www.bu.edu/sph/students/resources Boston University Barnes and Noble Bookstore, 660 Beacon Street, Kenmore Square, Charles River Campus. The course reader and book list for Fall 2015 will be posted in early August to the Student Resources website under “Courses. “ Students purchase their course readers through the Boston University Charles River Campus Bookstore. Students may purchase books through the Bookstore or through the vendor of their choice. The reader and book list document lists the course ISBN number, title, and author, as well as pre-assignments for classes, if applicable. Boston University Medical Campus Parking Office, 617-638-4915. The Medical Campus Parking Office is located in the Parking Garage at 710 Albany Street, First Floor. BU Medical Campus ID Office and Public Safety Department, (617) 638-6879 is located in room 102 at 710 Albany Street. This office issues Identification cards. Enter the Transportation (Transcomm) Office lobby and the ID Office is the first door on the left. You may obtain an ID card Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM. The office is closed from 9:00 AM- 12:30 PM. International Student and Scholars Office, 617-353-3565. ISSO is located at 888 Commonwealth Avenue, 2nd Floor, Charles River Campus, Boston University. Website: www.bu.edu/isso. IT Help Center, Information Services and Technology, Boston University, www.bu.edu/tech, [email protected] or 617-638-5914. The Learning Resources Center in the Medical School Library, L‐12, is the Medical Campus location for e‐mail assistance. Office of the Boston University Registrar (for official transcripts and other University business), 617-353-3612. The Office of the University Registrar is located on the Charles River Campus of Boston University at 881 Commonwealth Avenue. Their web site, www.bu.edu/reg is very helpful. SPH Registrar's Office is open 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM, Monday-Thursday and 8:30 AM-5:00 PM on Fridays. Registrar Alan Hatton, [email protected]; SPH Graduate Student Life, 617-638-5059 (Mary Murphy-Phillips [email protected], or Chase Crossno [email protected]). Student Accounting Services, 617-353-2264. Student Accounting Services is located at 881 Commonwealth Avenue in the same building as the Office of the University Registrar. Email [email protected] Website: www.bu.edu/studentaccountingservices. Tuition remission through the Benefits Office, www.bu.edu/hr. Tuition remission is an employee benefit governed by Human Resources; contact HR or Suzette Levenson ([email protected]) at SPH if you have questions. Veteran’s Affairs, Office of the University Registrar, 881 Commonwealth Avenue, Charles River Campus. The Veteran’s Affairs Officer is Rhett Jones, [email protected] or 617-353-3678.

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BU MEDICAL CAMPUS MAP

B R L

E A

T

670 CT

Bakst Auditorium is located in Building A L & R are both located in the Medicine Instructional Building Keefer Auditorium is located in Evans E= Evans B= Robinson Building T= BU School of Public Health (Talbot Building)

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Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

BS704 A1

10/2/2015

Notes Prerequisites Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Emergency situation class make up days are Saturdays and Sunday: March 19 and March 20, April 2 and 3 and April 9 and 10 Biostatistics New full time MPH students who start the MPH in Spring 2016 may take PH717 instead of BS704 and EP713  Introduction to  Staff 3 T/6:00  Biostatistics PM‐8:30  PM Title

Instructor

Email

BS704 B1

Introduction to  Biostatistics

Staff 

3

F/2:00  PM‐4:30  PM

BS715 A1

Practical Skills for  Biostatistics  Collaboration

Josee Dupuis [email protected] u

1

F/1:00  PM‐3:00  PM

Class meets 2/26 ‐  4/1/16

Prereq: the biostatistics MPH core  requirement or equivalent or consent

BS720 A1

 Staff Introduction to R:  software for statistical  computing  environment

2

M/10:00  AM‐1:00  PM

Class meets 1/25‐ 3/21/16

The MPH biostatistics core course or  equivalent

BS722 A1

Design and Conduct of  Susan Fish &  [email protected];  Clinical Trials Debbie  [email protected] Cheng edu

4

R/10:00  AM ‐  1:00 PM

The biostatistics and epidemiology  MPH core requirements or consent

BS723 A1

Introduction to  Statistical Computing

4

M/10:00  AM‐ 1:00PM

Prereq: the biostatistics MPH core  requirement or equivalent or consent

Staff

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Email

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times 4 M/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

Notes

Prerequisites

Prereq: the biostatistics MPH core  requirement or equivalent or consent

BS723  B1 Introduction to  Statistical Computing

Staff

BS723 C1

Introduction to  Statistical Computing

Staff

4

T/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

Prereq: the biostatistics MPH core  requirement or equivalent or consent

BS723 D1

Introduction to  Statistical Computing

Staff

4

Prereq: the biostatistics MPH core  requirement or equivalent or consent

BS723 E1

Introduction to  Statistical Computing

Staff

4

T/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM W/10:00  AM‐ 1:00PM

BS723 F1

Introduction to  Statistical Computing

Staff

4

R/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

BS750 A1

Essentials of  Quantitative Data  Management

Christine  Chaisson &  Joseph  Massaro

[email protected] du;  [email protected]

2

W/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

BS775 A1

David  Applications of  Statistical Methods in   Gagnon Clinical Research

[email protected]

4

TBD

Prereq: the biostatistics MPH core  requirement or equivalent or consent Prereq: the biostatistics MPH core  requirement or equivalent or consent

Class meets  1/20‐3/2/16 MPH core course requirement in  biostatistics and BS723 

MPH core course requirement in  biostatistics and BS723 

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Notes Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] Students who did not  4 R/6:00  earn a ‘B’ or better in  PM‐9:00  BS723 are strongly  PM encouraged to meet  with BS805 faculty  before taking BS805. Email

Prerequisites

The biostatistics MPH core course  requirement and SPH BS723  or  consent of the instructor. Cannot take  concurrently with BS852.

BS805 A1

Intermediate Statistical  Howard  Cabral Computing and  Applied Regression  Analysis

BS820 A1

Logistic Regression and  Michael  Survival Analysis LaValley

[email protected]

4

M/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

Prereq: the biostatistics and  epidemiology MPH core requirements  and SPH BS723 or BS852

BS852 A1

Statistical Methods for  Paola  Epidemiology Sebastiani

[email protected]

4

M/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

BS805 and BS852 cannot  MPH biostatistics and epidemiology  core courses and BS723 or consent.  be taken in the same  Cannot take concurrently with BS805.  semester without  approval from both  faculty before  registering.

BS853 A1

Generalized Linear  Models with  Applications

Gheorghe  Doros

[email protected]

4

T/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

SPH BS 805, the MPH epidemiology  core course requirement, or consent of  the instructor

BS857 A1

Analysis of Correlated  Yorghos  Data Tripodis

[email protected] du

4

R/2:00  PM‐5:00   PM

SPH BS 805 or BS 852

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

BS860 A1

Applied Statistics in  Clinical Trials II

BS980 A1

Continuing Study in  Biostatistics

Notes Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Josee Dupuis [email protected] 4 T/6:00  PM‐9:00  u PM 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM  Howard  [email protected] 0 Thursday meetings on 2/11, 3/17,  Cabral s, 1/21‐ 5/5.              5:00‐6:00  5/5/15,  PM meetings on 1/21,  9:00 AM‐ 3/24, 4/7, and 4/21. 10:00  AM or  5:00 PM‐ 6:00 PM Instructor

Email

Environmental Health 3 T/10:00  AM‐ 12:30  PM

10/2/2015

Prerequisites

SPH BS858 or permission

For biostatistics PhD students  approved for dissertation only.   Students charged the equivalent of 2  credits.  Register with GRS.

EH717 A1

Foundations of  Staff Environmental Health

EH717 B1

Foundations of  Staff Environmental Health

3

T/6:00  PM‐8:30  PM

EH717 meets the environmental health  core course requirement for all MPH  students

EH717 C1

Foundations of  Staff Environmental Health

3

F/10:00  AM‐ 12:30  PM

EH717 meets the environmental health  core course requirement for all MPH  students

EH735 A1

Environmental  Determinants of  Infectious Diseases

2

W/2:00  PM‐4:00  PM

Jean van  Seventer

[email protected] du

EH717 meets the environmental health  core course requirement for all MPH  students

appropriate for  undergrad

SPH PH709 OR EH710 or one year of  college biology within last 5 years with  a B or better 

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 4 T/6:00  u PM‐9:00  PM Email

EH768 A1

Introduction to  Toxicology

Jennifer  Schlezinger

EH804 A1

Exposure Assessment

Jon Levy

EH805 A1

Environmental Health  Madeleine  [email protected] Scammell  Science, Policy, and  and Eugene  Law Benson

EH866 A1 Risk Assessment  Methods

Donna  Vorhees

EH914 A1

Environmental Health  Jean van  Doctoral Seminar Seventer

EH980 A1

Continuing Study in  Michael  Environmental Health McClean

[email protected] u

Notes

Prerequisites

SPH PH709, EH710 or one year of  college biology within last 5 years with  a B or better or consent

4

M/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

MPH environmental health core course  requirement, MPH epidemiology core  course requirement & EH725 or  consent of the instructor

4

W/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

MPH environmental health core course  requirement,the MPH health law core  course requirement recommended

[email protected] edu

4

R/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

MPH environmental health core course  requirement, EH725 & EH768 required;  the MPH biostatistics core course  requirement recommended

[email protected] du

1

F/12:00  PM‐1:50  PM

EH Doctoral students only; consent of  Instructor required.  

0

ARR

For doctoral students approved for  dissertation only.  Students charged  the equivalent of 2 credits.

Epidemiology New full time MPH students who start the MPH in Spring 2016 may take PH717 instead of BS704 and EP713 

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Notes Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 3 W/6:00  PM‐8:30  PM [email protected] 3 R/10:00  AM‐ 12:30  PM [email protected] 1/25‐3/21/16 2 M/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM Email

10/2/2015

Prerequisites

Epidemiology core course requirement  for all degrees

EP713 A1

Introduction to  Epidemiology

Megan  Healey

EP713 B1

Introduction to  Epidemiology

Wayne  LaMorte

EP735 A1

Principles of Cancer  Epidemiology

Elizabeth  Hatch

EP755 A1

Infectious Disease  Epidemiology

Natasha  Hochberg  and Alanna  Brennan

[email protected] u;  [email protected] edu

4

T/10:00  AM‐ 1:00PM 

The epidemiology MPH core  requirement and or consent of  instructor.

EP759 A1

Reproductive  Epidemiology

Ann  Aschengrau

[email protected] du

4

T/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

The epidemiology MPH core course  requirement

EP762 A1

Clinical Epidemiology

David Felson  [email protected] & Ben Linas u;  [email protected] u Yvette Cozier [email protected] u

4

M/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

the epidemiology & biostatistics MPH  core requirements 

4

R/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

EP775  A1 Social Epidemiology

students must have a  copy of "Essentials of  Epidemiology in Public  Health"

Epidemiology core course requirement  for all degrees

The epidemiology MPH core course  requirement; students may not take  this class and EP752

EP713 and Biostats Core

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Samantha  [email protected] 4 W/6:00  Parker PM‐9:00  du PM Sherri Stuver  [email protected] 4 W/2:00  PM‐5:00  u PM Instructor

Email

EP813 A1

Intermediate  Epidemiology

EP813 B1

Intermediate  Epidemiology

EP817 A1

A Guided Epidemiology  Lisa Fredman  [email protected] Study edu

EP820 A1

[email protected] Perspectives in  Martha  Epidemiologic Studies Werler and  u;  Ken Rothman [email protected] edu

EP860 A1

Novel Analytic  Methods for  Epidemiology

Dan Brooks  [email protected] and Matt Fox edu;  [email protected]

4

W/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

EP861 A1

Quantitative Bias  Analysis Methods for  Epidemiologic  Research

Matt Fox

2

T/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM 

EP980 A1

Continuing Study

Ann  Aschengrau  & Sherri  Stuver

0

ARR

[email protected]

4

R/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM MTWRF  10:00AM‐ 2:30 PM

Notes

Prerequisites

MPH core requirement in  Epidemiology and Biostatistics.  MPH core requirement in  Epidemiology and Biostatistics. 

SPH EP813 or EP854 and BS723 and  consent meets 3/7‐3/11

EP813

For doctoral students in Epidemiology,  others with permission only

Class meets 3/15‐5/3/16 Doctoral level standing; must have  completed EP854 and have SAS  programming skills equivalent to BS805  or above. Doctoral  or Master's in Science  students approved for dissertation or  thesis work only

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

GH704 A1 Global Public Health  and Medical Care: A  Systems Approach

Malcolm  Bryant

GH720 A1 Social and Behavioral  Sciences in Global  Public Health

Staff

GH722 A1 Supply Chain  Management for  Improved Health  System Performance

Erin  Hasselberg

GH741 A1 Global Health  Consultation  Techniques

Rich Feeley 

GH743 A1 Implementing Health  Malcolm  Bryant Programs in  Developing Countries:  Making Programs  Work

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Global Health  [email protected] 4 R/6:00  PM‐9:00  du PM Email

Notes

Prerequisites

Preference given to GH concentrators.  GH704 is a core course for GH  concentrators and non U.S. citizens; for  others, is an MPH elective after they  complete PM702. Preference given to GH concentrators.   Only GH concentrators, non U.S.  citizens and non‐permanent resident  students may take class for degree  credit.

4

M/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

[email protected] du

2

T/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

Class meets 3/15‐5/3/16.  >16 credits; recommend GH743, 744,   745, or 854 Online registrationot  available

[email protected] u

2

M,T,W,R ,F/ 10:00  AM‐2:30  PM

Class meets March 7‐11,  Course restricted to those planning to  2016 do consulting work in developing  countries

[email protected] du

4

T/ 2:00  PM‐ 5:00PM

No Online registration

For advanced (>16 credits) MPH  students. SPH GH704 or GH744 or  permission of instructor

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

GH745 A1  Monitoring and  Evaluation of Global  Health Programs

GH755 A1 Managing Disasters  and Complex  Humanitarian  Emergencies

Notes Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Nafisa Halim [email protected] 4 R/2:00  T/10:00  Lab and Lecture are  mandatory PM‐5:00  AM‐ u 12:00  PM  meets  PM from  1/26‐ 1/21‐ 4/28/16 5/3/16  (L1110) Instructor

[email protected] .edu

4

M/10:00  AM‐ 1:00PM

[email protected]

2

R/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

4

W/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

[email protected]

4

[email protected] Jennifer  Beard & Rich  edu;  Feeley [email protected] u

2

T/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM F/12:00  PM‐2:00  PM

Monica   Adhiambo   Onyango

Taryn Vian GH757 A1 Fighting Corruption  through Accountability  and Transparency GH770 A1 Poverty, Health and  Development

Bruce Larson [email protected] u

GH773 A1 Financial Management  Taryn Vian for Health Programs GH777 A1 Global Health  Culminating  Experience Seminar

Prerequisites

Email

Students must have completed the  epidemiology and biostatistics MPH  core requirements

Class meets 1/21‐3/3/16 >16 credits

Successful completion of  graduate or  undergraduate courses in economics  and statistics and a working knowledge  of Excel software

GH Concentrators only; must have  permission of instructor,  [email protected]

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Email

GH800 A1 Clinical development  Christopher  [email protected] of a new medicinal: A  Gill case study about  licensing a new vaccine  for the developing  world [email protected] Jim Wolff,  Marion  ;  McNabb, and  [email protected] Jon Payne edu;  [email protected] du GH805 A1 Controversies in Global  Kojo Yeboah  [email protected] Antwi  du Control and  Eradication of  Infectious Diseases GH811 A1 Applied Research  Staff Methods in Global  Health GH804 A1 mHealth 

Notes Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Class meets 1/22 ‐  2 F/10:00  3/18/16; requires  AM‐1:00  significant group work  PM  and out of class time

10/2/2015

Prerequisites

The biostatistics and epidemiology  MPH core requirements

BS704, SPH GH720 and GH704.  GH704  may be taken concurrently.

2

W/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

 Class meets 3/16‐ 5/4/16. No Online  registration

2

M/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

Class meets 3/21‐5/2/16 The epidemiology and biostatistics  MPH core course requirements

4

T/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

the epidemiology and biostatistics  MPH core course requirements

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Zina Jarrah GH854 A1 From Data to  Dashboards: Building  Excel Skills to Support  Health Program  Decisions

10/2/2015

Notes Prerequisites Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Class meets 1/27‐3/2 on  Basic excel proficiency; for upper level  [email protected] 2 W/6:30  Wednesdays and on two  MPH students. PM‐9:00  u Saturdays, Feb. 6 and  PM and  Feb. 20, 12:00 pm‐2:30  two  PM. No Online  Saturday registration s, 12:00  PM‐2:30  PM, Feb.  6 and  Feb. 20 Email

GH880 A1 Confronting non‐ Susan Foster  [email protected] communicable  & Veronika  u;  diseases in the  Wirtz [email protected] developing world: the  burden, costs and  health systems  challenges

4

R/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

Epidemiology and biostatistics MPH  core course requirements 

The MPH epidemiology core course  AND SPH GH703 or GH704 or PM702.   May take GH704 or PM702  concurrently.

GH881 A1 Program Design for  Global Reproductive  and Perinatal Health

Monica   Adhiambo   Onyango

[email protected] .edu

4

R/10:00  AM‐  1:00PM

GH888 A1 Seminar on Global  Health Policy Issues

Susan Foster [email protected] u; 

2

M/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

Class meets 1/25‐ 3/14/16

Advanced MPH students ( > 16 credits  completed) or DrPH students

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

GH891 A1 Global Pharmaceutical  Warren  Kaplan  Policy: at the  Intersection of Process  and Politics 

Email

[email protected]

10/2/2015

Notes Prerequisites Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Class meets 3/14‐5/2/16 SPH GH888 or consent of instructor  2 M/6:00  prior to registering PM‐9:00  PM

GH943 A1 Global Health Directed  Study for Culminating  Experience

GH950 A1 Global Health  Culminating  Experience First  Registration

Rich Feeley

GH951 A1 Global Health  Culminating  Experience Second  Registration

Rich Feeley

LW719 A1 Essentials of Public  Health Law

0

ARR

Complete necessary forms and  approvals with GH Department. For GH  concentrators only.

0 ARR

Complete necessary forms and  approvals with GH Department. For GH  concentrators who began CE in a  previous semester and did not  complete CE.

Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights in Health Law, Policy and Management Winnie  [email protected] For non‐concentrators only. Students  3 T/2:00  Roche who successfully complete SPH LW751  PM‐4:30  may not take LW719 for degree credit. PM

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 3 W/6:00  PM‐8:30  u PM Email

LW719 B1 Essentials of Public  Health Law

Lynn  Squillace

LW719 C1 Essentials of Public  Health Law

Winnie  Roche

[email protected]

3

R/2:00P M‐ 4:30PM

LW739 A1 Jewish Bioethics

Michael  Grodin

[email protected] u

4

R/3:30  PM‐6:30  PM

LW840 A1 Health Law, Bioethics,  George  and Human Rights Annas

[email protected] du

4

W/8:00  AM‐ 10:50  AM

LW850 A1 Legal Strategies to  Reduce Health Risks

Wendy  Mariner

[email protected] edu

4

R/8:30  AM‐ 10:30  AM

LW854 A1 Mental Health Law

George  Annas

[email protected] du

4

Notes

Prerequisites

For non‐concentrators only. Students  who successfully complete SPH LW751  may not take LW719 for degree credit.

For non‐concentrators only. Students  who successfully complete SPH LW751  may not take LW719 for degree credit.

Meets at the Charles River Campus Class meets 1/22‐ 4/30/15 at CRC with CAS  RN439, GRS RN739, and  STH TX859 SPH LW751 or LAW JD867. Students  who took LW719 need instructor  permission to register

Meets with JD926 at Law  SPH LW751 or LAW JD867. Students  who took LW719 need instructor  School from 1/14‐ permission to register 4/14/16

the health law MPH core requirement  W/2:00  or permission of instructor PM‐5:00  PM Maternal and Child Health Concentration in Community Health Sciences Department

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

MC725 A1 Women, Children and  Trish Elliott Adolescents: A Public  Health Approach

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 4 R/6:00  PM‐9:00  u PM  Email

Notes

Prerequisites

MC730 A1 Leading to Face  Challenges and  Achieve Results in  Public Health

Joan Bragar

[email protected] du

2

W/6:00  PM ‐  9:00 PM

Class meets 3/16‐5/4/15 cannot take both MC802 and MC730

MC763 A1 Maternal and Child  Health Policy Making

Gene  DeClercq

[email protected] du

2

Class meets 1/25‐ 3/14/16

MC785 A1 Introduction to  Reproductive Health  Advocacy MC795 A1 The Health of  Adolescents and  Emerging Adults

Lois  McCloskey

[email protected]

2

Trish Elliott

[email protected] u

4

M/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM W/10:00  AM‐ 1:00PM W/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

MC845 A1 Perinatal Health  Services

Karla Damus

MC940 A1 MCH Culminating  Experience

Lois  McCloskey

[email protected]

2

W/10:00  AM‐ 1:00PM

0

ARR

3/16‐5/4/16 plus  additional class TBA MPH epidemiology OR biostatistics  core course requirement OR  equivalents 1/20‐3/2/16 plus  additional class TBA

SPH MC725

MCH student completing culminating  experience in spring 2015

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

MC941 A1 MCH Culmnating  Experience II

Instructor

Lois  McCloskey

PH510 A1 Introduction to Public  Sophie  Health Godley

PH510 B1

Introduction to Public  Cassie Ryan Health

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 0 ARR Email

Notes

Prerequisites

MCH student who registered for  MC940 in fall 2014 and did not  complete culminating experience in fall

General Public Health: Undergraduate Only Class meets 1/19‐ [email protected] 4 T/R  4/28/16; held at  CRC  du 12:30‐ 2:00 PM  

not for SPH graduate credit

[email protected] u

4

T/R 3:30  PM‐5:00  PM

Class meets 1/19‐ 4/28/16; held at  CRC 

not for SPH graduate credit

Susan Foster [email protected] PH511 A1 Pathogens, Poverty  and Populations: An  u;  Introduction to global  Health

4

F/11:00  AM‐2:00  PM 

Class meets 1/22‐ 4/29/16

not for SPH graduate credit; students  who take PH511 may not take GH703 

Integrated Core Pilot Classes new, full time MPH students entering the program in spring 2016 may opt into pilot not open to online  integrated core pilot PH717 A1 Quantitative Method  Jessica  [email protected] 4 M/10:00  Lab,  for Public Health Leibler T/11:00  registration AM‐ 1:00PM am‐1:00  pm. Lab  starts  1/19

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

PH718 A1 Management and  Leadership in Public  Health

Instructor

Email

Vicky Parker [email protected] edu

Notes Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times not open to online  4 M/2:00  Lab  PM‐5:00  W/2:00  registration pm‐4:00  PM pm 

PH719 A1   Health Systems, Law,  WendyMarin [email protected] and Policy er edu

4

PH720 A1  Individual, Community  Carol Dolan and Population Health

[email protected] u

4

not open to online  T/2:00  Lab  PM‐5:00  R/2:00  registration pm‐4:00  PM pm 

Prerequisites

integrated core pilot

integrated core pilot

PH712 A1  Public Health  Response to  Emergencies

not open to online  integrated core pilot W/10:00  Lab  R/10:00  registration AM‐ 1:00PM am‐ 12:00  pm General Public Health: Graduate Harold Cox &  [email protected];  Class meets Jan. 11‐15,  appropriate for new student or  2 MTWRF  Kathleen  2016 ongoing student 10:00AM‐ [email protected] Macvarish du 3PM

PH728 A1 Religion, Ethics, and  Public Health

Michael  Grodin

[email protected] u

4

PH740 A1 Pharmaceuticals in  Public Health: An  Introductory Course

Veronika  Wirtz 

[email protected]

4

R/8:00  AM‐ 10:50  AM W/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

Carries SB concentration  appropriate for new student or  credit ongoing student

none; recommend EP713 or GH704.   PH740 is required fpr students in  Pharmaceuticals Certificate Program.

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

PH844 A1 Introduction to  Qualitative Research  Methods

10/2/2015

Notes Prerequisites Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Gemmae Fix [email protected] 2 R/5:00‐ Class will meet 3/17/16‐  BS704 and EP713 and new  research  8:00pm 4/28/2016 theory & design course Instructor

Email

Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) For DrPH students PH853 A1 Strategic Planning and  Malcolm  [email protected] 4 W/10:00  Communications Bryant AM‐ du 1:00PM For DrPH students PH854 A1 Program and Policy  John Pollock [email protected] 4 T/6:00  Evaluation PM‐9:00  du PM Class meets every other  Required for all DrPH students PH866 A1  Public Health  Gene  [email protected] 0 T/12:00  week beginning 1/19/16 Leadership Seminar DeClercq PM‐1:30  du PM

Gene  DeClercq

[email protected] du

0

ARR

Completion of all DrPH core  DrPH students only.  coursework or permission of instructor Graded P/F. Requires  learning contract &  approval of DrPH  Program Manager. Must  register on add/drop  form.

PH990 A1 Continuing Study, DrPH  Gene  program DeClercq

[email protected] du

0

ARR

Must be approved by  program director

PH986 A1 DrPH Practicum

MPH Public Health Practicums

For doctoral students approved for  dissertation only.  Students charged  the equivalent of 2 credits.

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Email

Notes Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Biostatistics 0 Practicu m Finale  on  Thursday ,  April  21, 2016  10:00  AM‐2:00  PM

10/2/2015

Prerequisites

Title

Instructor

PH970 

Public Health  Practicum

Scott Harris

[email protected] u

PH971

Public Health  Practicum

Scott Harris

[email protected] u

Practicu m Finale  on  Thursday ,  April  21, 2016  10:00  AM‐2:00  PM

MSW/MPH

For MSW/MPH students only. Must  develop an individualized learning  experience with a professor.

PH975

Public Health  Practicum

Scott Harris

[email protected] variable  Practicu (1, 2, 3,  m Finale  u or 4) on  Thursday ,  April  21, 2016  10:00  AM‐2:00  PM

Biostatistics

MPH Students in Biostatistics only with  signed consent of Practice Office.   

1

MPH Students in Biostatistics only with  signed consent of Practice Office.   

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number  PH984 

Title

Public Health  Practicum Graded

Instructor

Scott Harris

Email

[email protected] u

Notes Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Biostatistics 4 Practicu m Finale  on  Thursday ,  April  21, 2016  10:00  AM‐2:00  PM

10/2/2015

Prerequisites

MPH Students in Biostatistics only with  signed consent of Practice Office.   

Health Policy & Management In Health Law, Policy, and Management Department PM702 A1 Introduction to Health  Jon Kingsdale [email protected] HPM concentrators must take PM702  3 M/6:00  Policy, Delivery, and  to meet the health policy and  PM‐8:30  u Management management core course.  Global  PM Health concentrators, MI students, and  international students who are not  permanent residents of the US may  take either GH704 or PM702 to meet  the health policy & management core  course requirement. Students may take  both GH704 & PM702 for degree credit  (the second course is taken as an  elective). 

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

PM702 B1 Introduction to Health  Alan Sager Policy, Delivery, and  Management

PM702 C1 Introduction to Health  Cassie Ryan Policy, Delivery, and  Management

PM721 A1 Organizational  Behavior in Health  Care

Chris Louis

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 3 R/2:00  PM‐4:30  u PM Email

[email protected] u

3

W/6:00  PM‐8:30  PM

[email protected]

4

M/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

Notes

Prerequisites

HPM concentrators must take PM702  to meet the health policy and  management core course.  Global  Health concentrators, MI students, and  international students who are not  permanent residents of the US may  take either GH704 or PM702 to meet  the health policy & management core  course requirement. Students may take  both GH704 & PM702 for degree credit  (the second course is taken as an  elective).  HPM concentrators must take PM702  to meet the health policy and  management core course.  Global  Health concentrators, MI students, and  international students who are not  permanent residents of the US may  take either GH704 or PM702 to meet  the health policy & management core  course requirement. Students may take  both GH704 & PM702 for degree credit  (the second course is taken as an  elective). 

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Claudia Lach [email protected] PM721 B1 Organizational  4 T/6:00  Behavior in Health  PM‐9:00  Care PM [email protected] PM734 A1 Principles and Practices  David  4 F/2:00  Lagasse of Non‐Profit  PM‐5:00  du Healthcare Accounting  PM Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Email

PM734 B1 Principles of Non‐Profit  Kelly Hunley [email protected] Healthcare Accounting edu

4

R/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

4

M/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

David  drosenbloom PM740 A1 Comparative Health  Systems and Policy in  Rosenbloom @bu.edu Industrialized and BRIC  Countries

4

MW/10: 00 AM‐ 12:00  PM

PM755 A1 Health Care Delivery  Systems

Christine  Gunn

[email protected]

4

PM755 B1 Health Care Delivery  Systems

Angela  Walter

[email protected] du

4

R/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM R/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

PM735 A1 Health Care Finance:  how policy‐makers &  managers can  use  money as a tool to  improve health care 

Alan Sager

[email protected] u

Notes

Prerequisites

SPH PM702 or consent of instructor

Class meets 2/17‐5/4/16 SPH PM702 or GH704 or SAR HP353 for  non HPM concentrators

SPH PM702 or consent

SPH PM702 or consent

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

PM807 A1 Introduction to Cost  Effectiveness Analysis

PM807 B1 Introduction to Cost  Effectiveness Analysis

Notes Prerequisites Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times Class meets 1/21‐3/3/16 The biostatistics MPH core course  Michal Horny [email protected] 2 R/6:00  requirement and PM702 or PM814.  PM‐9:00  du Students cannot take PM807 and  PM PM855 for degree credit. Instructor

Email

Jim Burgess

[email protected] du

2

M/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

Class meets 1/25‐ 3/14/16

PM810 A1 American Government  David Jones for Public Health  Students

[email protected] du

2

T/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

SPH PM702 or consent Class will meet 1/19‐ 3/15/16 ; mandatory  extra session on Friday,  January 29 from 3 p.m.  to 6 p.m. at the Edward  M. Kennedy Institute in  Dorchester

PM818 A1 Health Information  Technology

[email protected]

4

Class meets at Questrom  SPH PM702  with GSM HM817 F1 

PM826 A1 Health, Illness and The  Jack Clark Use of Health Services

[email protected] u

4

W/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM T/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

PM827 A1 Strategic Management  Chris Louis of Healthcare  Organizations

[email protected]

4

Joseph  Restuccia

W/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

will be taught next in  spring 2018

The biostatistics MPH core course  requirement and PM702 or PM814.  Students cannot take PM807 and  PM855 for degree credit.

SPH PM814 or Consent 

MPH health policy & management core  course

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Notes Prerequisites Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 2 R/5:00‐ Class will meet 1/21/16‐ For MS and PhD students in HSR. BS704  8:00pm 3/3/16 and permission of instructor du Email

PM831 A1 Implementation  Science

Mari‐Lynn  Drainoni

PM832 A1  Operations  Management

Lynn Garvin

4

W/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

SPH GH704 or PM702 and biostatistics  core course

PM835 A1 Lean Management in  Healthcare

Gouri Gupte  [email protected] u

4

January  11‐15,  2016,  10:00  AM‐4:00  PM and  selected  Mondays

SPH PM702 or GH704; helpful if have  completed PM832

PM838 A1 Health Politics and  Policy

David Jones

[email protected] du

2

PM844 A1  Health Policy & Policy  David Jones Making for Public  Health Researchers

[email protected] du

4

T/6:00  PM‐ 9:00  PM W/6:00‐ 9:00pm 

Class meets 3/22‐5/3/16 SPH PM702

mandatory extra session  For HSR doctoral students only on Friday, January 29  from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at  the Edward M. Kennedy  Institute in Dorchester

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Email

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times 0 arr

Notes

Prerequisites

PM940 A1 Health Policy &  Management  Culminating  Experience

Vicky Parker [email protected] edu

PM980 A1 Continuing Study in  Health Services  Research

Vicky Parker [email protected] edu

0

arr

SB721 B1

Social and Behavioral  Sciences for Public  Health

Michael  Siegel

[email protected] edu

3

R/6:00  PM‐8:30  PM

SB concentrators must take SB721  regardless of citizenship status;  students who successfully complete  SPH GH720 may not take SPH SB721  for degree credit.

SB740 A1

Candice  Social Factors: A  Contextual Framework  Belanoff for Public Health  Research and Practice

[email protected] du

4

F/10:00  AM‐1:00  PM

SB721, completed or concurrent

For HPM concentrators approved to  complete their culminating experience

For MS and PhD students in Health  Services Research Doctoral program  approved to work on thesis (MS) or  dissertation (PhD) Social and Behavioral Sciences Concentration in Community Health Sciences Department SB concentrators must take SB721  3 M/2:00  SB721 A1   Social and Behavioral  Staff regardless of citizenship status;  PM‐4:30  Sciences for Public  students who successfully complete  PM Health SPH GH720 may not take SPH SB721  for degree credit.

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Marcie  Diamond

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 4 T/2:00  PM‐ 5:00PM Email

SB751 A1

Sexual Violence:  Prevention of Sexual  Violence

SB785 A1

Alcohol, Tobacco and  Richard Saitz [email protected] Other Drug Use:  People, Populations  and Policies

4

T/2:00  PM‐ 4:50PM

SB800 A1

The Obesity Epidemic:  Monica Wang Moving from Individual to  Environmental and Policy  Approaches for Promoting  Physical Activity and  Healthy Eating

[email protected] du

4

W/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM

SB806 A1

Communications  Strategies for Public  Health Web‐based Health  Communication  Strategies for Public  Health Interventions

Jacey Greece [email protected] du

4

[email protected] edu

4

R/10:00  AM‐1:00  PM T/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

SB813 A1

Marilyn  Arnold

Notes

Prerequisites

SB721 recommended

MPH social and behavioral sciences  core course

SPH SB721

SPH SB721 and the MPH Epidemiology  core course requirement. Epi core may  be concurrent.

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Email

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times 4 R/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

Notes

Prerequisites

SPH SB721 and the epidemiology MPH  core course requirement;  epidemiology may be taken  concurrently. MCH concentrators,  MC725 and epidemiology, as above.

SB818 A1

Qualitative Research  Methods

Lee Strunin

[email protected] du

SB820 A1

Assessment and  Planning for Health  Promotion

Dan  Merrigan

[email protected] edu

4

M/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

SPH SB721 and the epidemiology MPH  core course requirement;  epidemiology may be taken  concurrently. MCH concentrators,  MC725 and epidemiology, as above.

SB820 B1

Assessment and  Planning for Health  Promotion

Candice  Belanoff

[email protected] du

4

T/10:00  AM‐ 1:00PM

SB721 and the assessment selective.  MCH concentrators must have  completed MC725.

SB821 A1

Intervention Strategies  Angela  for Health Promotion Roberston  Bazzi 

[email protected]

4

T/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

SB721 and the assessment selective.  MCH concentrators must have  completed MC725.

SB821 B1

Intervention Strategies  Judith  for Health Promotion Bernstein

[email protected] du

4

R/2:00  PM‐4:50  PM

For non‐concentrators, the  epidemiology and biostatistics MPH  core requirements and SB721. For  concentrators, SB721, assessment, and  intervention selectives.

10/2/2015

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Course  Number 

Title

Instructor

Credits Meeting  Lab  Day &  Days &  Times Times [email protected] 4 M/2:00  PM‐5:00  PM Email

Notes

Prerequisites

For non‐concentrators, the  epidemiology and biostatistics MPH  core requirements and SB721. For  concentrators, SB721, assessment, and  intervention selectives.

SB822 A1

Quantitative Methods  Bill DeJong for Program Evaluation

SB822 B1

Quantitative Methods  Ziming Xuan [email protected] for Program Evaluation

4

R/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

SB721 and the assessment selective.  MCH concentrators must have  completed MC725.

SB833 A1

Kim  Designing and  Implementing a Public  Kronenberg Health  Communications  Campaign

[email protected] du

4

M/6:00  PM‐9:00  PM

MCH student completing culminating  experience in spring 2015

SB940 A1

SB Culminating  Experience

Mike Siegel

[email protected] edu

0

arr

MCH student who registered for  MC940 in fall 2014 and did not  complete culminating experience in fall

SB941 A1

SB Culmnating  Experience II

Mike Siegel

[email protected] edu

0

arr

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Day Classes Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Morning and Afternoon Classes

MONDAY (M) BS720 Introduction to R: software for statistical  computing environment STAFF 10:00 AM‐1:00 PM   L‐ 1105 BS723 A1 Introduction to Statistical Computing 4  STAFF 10:00 AM‐1:00 PM   R‐107 

TUESDAY (T) EH717 A1 Foundations of Environmental Health 3  WENDY HEIGER‐BERNAYS 10:00 AM‐12:30 AM            670 Albany 107/108  EP755 A1 Infectious Disease Epidemiology 4   NATASHA HOCHBERG AND ALANNA BRENNAN 10:00  AM‐1:00 PM    L‐112

GH755 A1 Managing Disasters & Complex  Humanitarian Emergencies 4 MONICA ONYANGO  M/10:00 AM‐1:00 PM  CT‐460/ CT‐460A SPH PH717 A1 Quantitative Methods for Public  Health 4 JESSICA LEIBLER 10:00 AM‐1:00 PM   L‐112 ‐  Mondays.  Lab is Tues from 11:00 AM ‐ 1:00 PM 

GH745 A1 MANDATORY LAB Monitoring & Evaluation  of Global Health Programs NAFISA HALIM 10:00 AM‐ 12:00 PM  Meets 1/26‐5/3/16 L‐1110  LECTURE  meets Thursdays 2:00‐5:00 pm SB820 B1 Assessment and Planning for Health  Promotion 4 CANDICE BELANOFF 10:00 AM‐1:00 PM    CT‐462/462A

MC785 A1 Introduction to Reproductive Health  Advocacy 2 Lois McCloskey 10:00 AM ‐ 1:00 PM     Class meets 3/16‐5/4/16 plus one session TBA    

PM740 A1 Comparative Health Systems and Policy in  Industrialized and BRIC Countries 4 DAVID  ROSENBLOOM MW/10:00 AM‐12:00 PM   Class  meets 2/17‐5/4/16   L‐214 PM 835 A1 Lean Management 4 GOURI GUPTE . Class  meets  10:00 AM ‐ 4:00PM MTWRF from 1/11‐ 1/13/16 & 11:00AM to 2:00PM on Mondays 2/1 ‐  5/2  L‐211 and L‐206  BS852 A1 Statistical Methods for Epidemiology 4  PAOLA SEBASTIANI 2:00PM‐5:00PM   L‐112

PH717 A1 Quantitative Methods for Public Health 4  JESSICA LEIBLER 11:00 AM‐1:00 PM LAB   L‐112 

PH853 A1 Strategic Planning and Communications 4  GH881 A1 Program Design for Global Reproductive  EH914 A1 EH Doctoral Seminar 1 JEAN VAN  and Perinatal Health 4 MONICA ONYANGO 10:00 AM‐ SEVENTER 12:00PM‐1:50 PM  MALCOLM BRYANT 10:00 AM‐1:00 PM   CT‐446 1:00 PM              CT‐460

PH866 A1 Public Health Leadership Seminar 0 GENE  DECLERCQ 12:00 PM‐1:30 PM Class meets every  other week beginning 1/19/15  CT‐305  or CT‐446

PH720 A1 Individual, Community and Population  Health 4 LORA SABIN 10:00 AM‐1:00 PM  CT460‐ CT460/A

EH804 A1 Exposure Assessment 4 Jon Levy 2:00 PM‐ 5:00 PM   L‐301 EP735 A1 Principles of Cancer Epidemiology 2  ELIZABETH HATCH 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM  Class meets  1/25‐3/21/16   L‐201

WEDNESDAY (W) THURSDAY ( R ) LW840 A1 Health Law, Bioethics, and Human Rights 4  PH728 A1 Religion and Public Health 4 MICHAEL  GEORGE ANNAS  8:00 AM‐11:00 AM    L‐202 GRODIN  8:00 AM‐11:00 AM  L109 BS723 E1 Introduction to Statistical Computing 4  STAFF 10:00 AM‐1:00 AM    R‐107

FRIDAY (F) EH717 C1 Foundations of Environmental Health 3   PATRICIA JANULEWICZ 10:00 AM‐12:30 PM   670  Albay 107/108  LW850 A1 Legal Strategies to Reduce Health Risks 4  GH800 A1 Clinical development of a new medicinal: A  WENDY MARINER 8:30 AM‐10:30AM   BU LAW  case study about licensing a new vaccine for the  SCHOOL with JD926.  Class meets 1/14‐4/14/16 developing world 2 CHRISTOPHER GILL 10:00 AM‐ 1:00 PM Class meets 1/22 ‐ 3/18/16    CT‐460A  BS722 A1 Design and Conduct of Clinical Trials 4  SB740 A1 Social Factors: A Contextual Framework for  SUSAN FISH & DEBBIE CHENG 10:00 AM‐1:00 PM         Public Health Research and Practice CANDACE  CT‐462A BELANOFF 10:00 AM ‐ 1:00 PM CT 462

MC845 A1 Perinatal Health Services 2 Karla Damus  EP713 B1 Introduction to Epidemiology 3 WAYNE  10:00 AM ‐ 1:00 PM    Class meets 1/20‐3/2/16 plus  LAMORTE 10:00 AM‐12:30 PM    L‐112 one session TBA    

BS723 C1 Introduction to Statistical Computing 4  STAFF 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM   L‐1110

PM740 A1 Comparative Health Systems and Policy in  Industrialized and BRIC Countries 4 DAVID  ROSENBLOOM MW/10:00 AM‐12:00 PM   Class  meets M & W, 2/14‐5/6/15                            L‐214 BS853 A1 Generalized Linear Models with  EH735 A1 Environmental Determinants of Infectious  Applications 4 GHEORGHE DOROS 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM     Disease 2 JEAN VAN SEVENTER 2:00PM‐4:00 PM    L‐ 213 R‐107 EP759 A1 Reproductive Epidemiology 4 ANN  EP813 B1 Intermediate Epidemiology 4 SHERRI  ASCHENGRAU 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM R‐110 STUVER 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM    L‐112

PH720 A1 Individual, Community and Population  BS715 A1 Practical Skills for Biostatistics Collaboration  Health 4 LORA SABIN LAB 10:00 AM‐12:00 PM  CT460‐ 1 JOSEE DUPUIS  1:00 PM‐3:00 PM.  Class meets 2/26‐ CT460/A 4/1/16       CT‐460

SB806 A1 Communications Strategies for Public  Health  4 JACEY GREECE 10:00 AM‐1:00 PM PM   CT‐ 462

PH718 A1 Management and Leadership in Public  Health  4  VICKY PARKER 2:00PM‐5:00 PM   R‐110 

PM721 A1 Organizational Behavior in Health Care 4  CHRIS LOUIS 2:00PM‐5:00 PM   L‐303 MC763 A1 Maternal & Child Health Policy Making 2  GENE DECLERCQ 2:00 PM‐5:00  PM   Class meets 1/25‐3/14/16      CT‐462A SB721 A1 Introduction to Social and Behavioral  Sciences 3 STAFF 2:00 PM‐4:30 PM CT‐460/A

GH743 A1 Implementing Health Programs in  Developing Countries: Making Programs Work 4  MALCOLM BRYANT 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM CT‐460

GH745 A1 LECTURE Monitoring & Evaluation of  Global Health Programs 4 NAFISA HALIM 2:00 PM‐ 5:00 PM   CT‐462A Mandatory Lab on Tuesdays 1/26 ‐5/3/16 10:00 AM‐ 12:00 PM  GH811 A1 Applied Research Methods in Global Health  LW854 A1 Mental Health Law 4 GEORGE ANNAS  2:00  GH880 A1 Confronting non‐communicable diseases in  PM‐5:00 PM    L‐202                          the developing world: the burden, costs and health  4 ANDREW STOKES 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM           L‐1105 systems challenges 4 SUSAN FOSTER & VERONICA  WIRTZ  2:00 PM‐5:00 P     CT‐305 LW719 A1 Essentials of Public Health Law 3 WINNIE  MC795 A1 The Health of Adolescents and Emerging  LW719 C1 Essentials of Public Health Law 3 WINNIE  ROCHE 2:00 PM‐4:30 PM    L‐112 Adults 4 TRISH ELLIOTT 2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM   CT‐462        ROCHE 2:00 PM‐4:30 PM  L‐112 PH719 A1 Health Systems, Policy & Law 4 WENDY  PH718 A1 Management and Leadership in Public  PM702 B1 Introduction to Health Policy, Delivery, &  MARINER 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM   L‐203 Health  4  VICKY PARKER 2:00PM‐4:00 PM LAB   R‐110  Management 3 ALAN SAGER  2:00 PM‐4:30 PM  Bakst

SB751 A1 Sexual Violence: Prevention of Sexual  Violence 4 MARCIE DIAMOND 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM     CT462A   SB822 A1 Quantitative Methods for Program  SB785 A1 Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Use:  Evaluation 4 BILL DEJONG 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM                  People, Populations and Policies 4 RICHARD SAITZ  2:00 PM‐5:00 PM CT462 CT‐462 

GH770 A1 Poverty, Health & Development 4 BRUCE  LARSON 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM   CT‐460/CT‐460A

PM 832 A1 Operations Management 4 LYNNE  GARVIN 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM       L‐206  

BS704 B1  Introduction to Biostatistics 3 STAFF 2:00  PM‐4:30 PM    L‐112

BS857 A1 Analysis of Correlated Data 4 YORGHOS  PM734 A1 Principles and Practices of Non‐Profit  TRIPODIS 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM    CT‐460A                               Health Care Accounting 4 DAVID LAGASSE 2:00 PM‐ 5:00 PM    L‐210 EP775 A1 Social Epidemiology 4 YVETTE COZIER 2:00  PM‐5:00 PM   L‐214

GH805 A1 Controversies in Global Control and  EP861 A1 Quantitative Bias Analysis  2 MATT FOX 2:00  EP860 A1 Novel Analytic Methods for Epidemiology 4  EP817 A1 Guided Epidemiology Study 4 LISA  DAN BROOKS AND MATT FOX 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM  T‐ FREDMAN  2:00 PM‐5:00 PM   T‐307center Eradication of Infec Diseases 2 KOJO YEBOAH ANTWI  PM‐5:00 PM  Class meets 3/15‐5/3/16   CT‐460A 405  2:00 PM ‐ 5:00 PM  Class meets 3/14‐5/2/16  CT‐305 GH888 A1 Seminar on Global Health Policy Issues 2  SUSAN FOSTER 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM Class meets 1/25‐ 3/14/16  CT‐305

GH777 A1 Global Health Culminating Experience  Seminar 2 JEN BEARD & RICH FEELEY 12:00 PM‐2:00  PM   CT‐460

PM755 A1 Health Care Delivery Systems 4 CHRISTINE  GUNN R/2:00 PM‐5:00 PM    L‐210

SB800 A1 The Obesity Epidemic: Moving from  SB821 B1 Intervention Strategies for Health  Individual to Environmental and Policy Approaches  Promotion 4 JUDITH BERNSTEIN 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM       for Promoting Physical Activity and Healthy Eating 4   CT462 MONICA WANG 2:00 PM‐5:00 PM  CT462 LW739 A1 Jewish Bioethics 4 MICHAEL GRODIN 3:30  PM‐6:30 PM Meets at Charles River Campus in JSC  201 with CAS RN439, GRS RN739, & STH TX859 from 

Boston University School of Public Health Schedule Day Classes Spring 2016 January 19 - May 4, 2016

Morning and Afternoon Classes

MONDAY (M)

TUESDAY (T)

WEDNESDAY (W)

THURSDAY ( R )

GH741, Global Health Consultation Techniques, RICH FEELEY, Spring Break, 3/7‐3/11/16, 10:00 AM‐2:30 PM, CT460 and CT‐460A booked as breakout room. PH712, Public Health Response to Emergencies, HAROLD COX AND KATHLEEN MACVARISH, pre‐semester, 1/11‐1/15/16, 10:00 AM‐2:30 PM  L‐201 EP820, Perspectives in Epidemiologic Studies, MARTHA WERLER MTWRF 10:00AM‐2:30 PM, 3/7‐3/11  PM835 Lean Management 4 GOURI GUPTE January 11‐15, 2016 10:00 AM‐4:00 PM in room L‐211 and on selected Mondays thereafter Mandatory practicum finale for MPH students completing a practicum in Spring 2016 is Thursday, April 21, 10:00 AM‐2:00 PM. MSW/MPH students completing either PH970 or PH971 is TBA.

FRIDAY (F)

BU School of Public Health

Evening Classes

Evening Classes Spring 2016 January 19-May 5, 2016

MONDAY (M) 

TUESDAY (T)

WEDNESDAY (W)

THURSDAY ( R )

BS723 B1 Introduction to Statistical Computing STAFF  BS704 A1 Introduction to Biostatistics 3 STAFF 6:00 PMBS750 A1 Essentials of Quantitative Data Managemen BS723 F1 Introduction to Statistical Computing 4 STAF 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM                             R‐107  8:30 PM     Keefer Aud. (E‐111) 2 CHRIS CHAISSON & JOE MASSARO 6:00PM‐9:00PM   6:00 PM‐9:00 PM   R‐107 Class meets 1/20‐3/2/16               R‐107

BS820 A1 Logistic Regression & Survival Analysis 4  MICHAEL LAVALLEY 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM  L‐201/203 

BS805 A1 Intermediate Statistical Computing and  BS723 D1 Introduction to Statistical Computin STAFF   BS775 A1  4 Applications of Statistical Methods in   R‐ Applied Regression Analysis  4 HOWARD CABRAL 6:00 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM   R‐107 Clinical Research DAVID GAGNON 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM   107 9:00 PM   L‐112 ‐‐  Computer lab L‐1109B & L‐1110  from 8:00 PM‐9:00 PM

EP762 A1 Clinical Epidemiology 4 DAVID FELSON &  BEN LINAS 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM                         L‐301 

BS860 A1 Applied Statistics in Clinical Trials II 4 JOSEE  EH805 A1 Environmental Health Science, Policy, and  EH866 A1 Risk Assessment Methods 4 DONNA  Law 5 MADELEINE SCAMMEL AND EUGENE BENSON  VORHEES 6:00 PM ‐9:00 PM  L‐202 DUPUIS 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM  L‐1109B 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM   L‐211

GH720 A1 Social and Behavioral Sciences in Global  Public Health 4 STAFF 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM    CT‐460A 

EH717 B1 Foundations of Environmental Health 3  STAFF 6:00 PM‐8:30 PM   L‐110 

GH891 A1 Global Pharmaceutical Policy: at the  EH768 A1 Introduction to Toxicology 4 JENNIFER  Intersection of Process and Politics  2 WARREN KAPLAN   SCHLEZINGER 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM    L‐212 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM  CT‐305 Class meets 3/14‐5/2/15

EP713 A1 Introduction to Epidemiology MEGAN  HEALEY 6:00 PM‐8:30 PM L212/214

GH704 A1 Global Public Health and Medical Care: A  Systems Approach 4 MALCOLM BRYANT 6:00  PM‐9:0 PM  L‐206/209        

EP813 A1 Intermediate Epidemiology 4 SAMANTHA  GH757 A1 Fighting Corruption through Accountability  and Transparency 2 TARYN VIAN 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM  PARKER 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM   L‐110 Class meets 1/21‐3/3/16   CT‐460

PM702 A1 Introduction to Health Policy, Delivery, &  GH722 A1 Supply Chain Management for Improved  GH804 A1 mHealth 2 JIM WOLFF, MARION MCNABB,  MC725 A1 Women, Children & Adolescents: A Public  & JON PAYNE 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM Class meets 3/16‐ Health Approach 4 TRISH ELLIOT 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM       Management 3 JON KINGSDALE 6:00PM‐8:30 PM   L‐ Health System Performance 2 ERIN HASSELBERG  T/6:00 PM‐9:00 PM Class meets 3/15‐5/3/16                       5/4/16   CT‐460A  CT462A 112 CT‐460  PM735 A1 Health Care Finance: How policy‐makers &  GH773 A1 Financial Management for Health Program GH854 A1 From Data to Dashboards: Building Excel  PH844 Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods  Skills to Support Health Program Decisions 2 ZINA  GEMMAE FIX 5:00 PM‐8:00 pm Class meets 3/17‐ managers can  use money as a tool to improve health  4 TARYN VIAN 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM CT‐460A    JARAH 6:30 PM‐9:00PM    L‐1110    Class meets 1/27‐ 4/28/16 L‐307 care 4 ALAN SAGER 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM     L‐206/209 3/2 on Wednesdays and on two Saturdays, Feb. 6 and  Feb. 20, 12:00 pm‐2:30 PM.       PM807 B1 Introduction to Cost Effectiveness Analysis 2 PH854 A1 Program and Policy Evaluation 4 JOHN  JIM BURGESS 6:00 PM ‐ 9:00 PM L‐214. Class meets  POLLOCK 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM    CT‐446 1/25 ‐ 3/14/16

LW719 B1 Essentials of Public Health Law 3 LYNN  SQUILLANCE 6:00 PM‐8:30 PM  Keefer (E‐111)

PM734 B1 Principals and Practices of Non‐Profit Health  Care Accounting 4 KELLY HUNLEY 6:00PM‐9:00 PM    L 203

SB820 A1 Assessment & Planning for Health Promotion  PM721 B1 Organizational Behavior inHealth Care 4  4  DANIEL MERRIGAN  6:00 PM‐9:00 PM   CT‐462   CLAUDIA LACH 6:00PM‐9:00 PM     L301

PM755 B1 Health Care Delivery Systems 4 ANGELA  MC730 A1 Leading to face challenges and achieve  results in public health 2 JOAN BRAGAR 6:00 PM‐9:00  WALTER 6:00PM‐9:00 PM    L‐210 PM  Class meets 3/18‐5/6/15     CT‐460

PM807 A1 Introduction to Cost Effectiveness Analysis 2  PM810 A1 American Government for Public Health  PH740 A1 Pharmaceuticals in Public Health: An  Students 2 DAVID JONES 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM Class meetsIntroductory Course 4 VERONIKA WIRTZ 6:00 PM‐9:00 MICHAL HORNY 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM Class meets 1/21‐ SB833 A1 Designing and Implementing a Public Health 1/19‐3/15/16  L‐311  & additional session on Jan. 29 PM    L‐112 3/3/16        L‐1105. Communications Campaign 4 KIM KRONENBERG 6:00  6 PM at Edward Kennedy Institute in Dorchester PM‐9:00 PM                                  L‐212

PM826 A1 Health, Illness and the Use of Health  Services 4 JACK CLARK 6:00‐9:00 PM    T‐307 Center

PM702 C1 Introduction to Health Policy, Delivery, &  PM831 A1 Implementation Science 2 MARI‐LYNN  Management 3 CASSIE RYAN 6:00PM‐8:30 PM  L‐206 DRAINONI  L‐307  Class meets 1/21‐3/3/16

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BU School of Public Health

Evening Classes

Evening Classes Spring 2016 January 19-May 5, 2016

MONDAY (M) 

TUESDAY (T) PM838 A1 Politics and Public Policy 2 DAVID JONES  6:00‐9:00 PM Class meets 3/22‐5/3/16   L‐206/209

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PM818 A1 Health Information Technology 4 JOSEPH  SB721 B1 Social & Behavioral Sciences for Public Healt RESTUCCIA 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM Meets at School of  3 MICHAEL SIEGEL 6:00PM‐8:30 PM     BAKST plus  Management with GSM HM817 F1.  Class meets 1/21‐breakouts 4/29/15  in QSM‐xxx

PM827 A1 Strategic Management of Health Care  SB818 A1 Qualitative Research Methods 4 LEE  SB813 A1 Web‐based Health Communication  Strategies for Public Health Interventions 4 MARILYN  Organizations 4 CHRIS LOUIS 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM              STRUNIN 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM   CT‐460A ARNOLD 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM    L‐109 A/B  L‐311 SB821 A1 Intervention Strategies for Health Promotio PM844 A1 Health Policy & Policy Making for Public  SB822 B1 Quantitative Methods for Program  4 ANGELA ROBERTSON BAZZI 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM    CT‐ Health Researchers DAVID JONES 6:00 PM‐9:00 PM L‐ Evaluation 4 ZIMING XUAN  6:00 PM‐9:00 PM     462 311 & additional session on Jan. 29, 3‐6 PM at Edward L‐210                              Kennedy Institute in Dorchester

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