The following is one possible two-year schedule for completion of the PhD in Public Health Genetics. Actual student schedules will usually vary from this sample. 

Quarterly course offerings and times are available from the University's Time Schedule

Year 1

Autumn Winter Spring
EPI 511 - Introduction to Epidemiology [4 credits] or EPI 512 - Epidemiologic Methods I [4 credits] PCEUT 513 - Basic Concepts in Pharmacogenetics and Toxicogenomics [3 credits] PHG 511 - Genetic Epidemiology [3 credits]
PHG 512 - Legal, Ethical, and Social Issues in Public Health Genetics [3 credits] PHG 523 - Genetics adn the Law [3 credits] ENV H 511 - Introduction to Health Services and Public Health [3 credits]
BIOST 511 - Medical Biometry I [4 credits] or BIOST 517 - Applied Biostatistics I [4 credits] PHG 580 - Interactive Seminar [1 credit] PHG 527 - Social Science Research Methods [3 credits]
PHG 580 - Interactive Seminar [1 credit]   PHG 580 - Interactive Seminar [1 credit]

Year 2

Autumn Winter Spring
HSERV 510 - Society and Health [3 credits] or G H 531 - Research and Evaluation Methods in Global Health [3 credits] GENOME 565 - Advanced Human Genetics [4 credits] PHG 580 - Interactive Seminar [1 credit]
GENOME 552 - Technologies for Genome Analysis [1.5 credits] PHG 580 - Interactive Seminar [1 credit]  
PHG 580 - Interactive Seminar [1 credit]