The IPHG does not offer an undergraduate degree but we do offer two undergraduate courses. The courses are designed to develop an understanding of the framework applicable to genomics in public health and also to identify the broader implications of applying genomic knowledge in public health practice.
Both courses meet undergraduate General Education "Areas of Knowledge" course requirements for "Individuals & Society" and "The Natural World". There are no pre-requisites required to take either course.
The two courses, PHG 300 and PHG 301, provide an introduction to the field of Public Health Genomics and fundamental concepts in Genetic Epidemiology
PHG 300 Public Health Genomics: Implications for the Modern World is offered every Fall and PHG 301 Public Health Genomics: Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology is offered every Winter.