Quantitative Research Methods


The Quantitative Research Methods concentration prepares scholars to:

  • Explain key epidemiologic and biostatistical concepts for specific study designs
  • Determine what analytic techniques best fit the study design at hand and develop an analytic plan
  • Identify potential areas for bias and variance within a study and propose methods for mitigating these concerns, both during the design phase and during post-hoc analyses
  • Critically evaluate studies utilizing epidemiologic and biostatistical methods for strengths and weaknesses
  • Interpret and communicate quantitative study results clearly to a broad variety of audiences

Concentration leader

Stacey J. Winham, Ph.D.

CCaTS contact

Jennifer (Jenny) S. Lamberson — ccatseducprog@mayo.edu

Required credits

Course number Course title Credits
CTSC 5640 Logistic Regression 1
CTSC 5650 Survival Analysis 1
Choose at least three credits of the following:
CTSC 5500 Genetic Epidemiology: Association Studies 1
CTSC 5641 Propensity Scoring Methods for Observational Health Services Research 1
CTSC 5710 Practical Data Collection 1
CTSC 5715 Publication Quality Tables and Figures 1
CTSC 5740 Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis 2
CTSC 5815 Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research for Translational Science 2
CTSC 5820 Introduction to Survey Research 1
CTSC 5940 Secondary Data Analysis 1
Total credits required 5