The masters are professional paths, which can be accessed both after the three-year degree (first-level master’s degree) and after the master’s degree (second-level master’s degree). The normal duration is at least annual and involves the acquisition of 60 credits. The objective of the masters is to provide specific professional skills.
The Unit of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Public Health offers both first and second- level master’s degrees, according to the topics below:
Our master courses are conducted by professional and experienced teachers in the academic field of reference.
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