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Apply for 2-year NICHD Postdoctoral Fellowships that begin September 2015

PSC Fall 2014 Newsletter now available

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Michigan's graduate sociology program tied for 4th with Stanford in USN&WR rankings

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Monday, Jan 12
Filiz Garip, Changing Dynamics of Mexico-U.S. Migration

Graduate Courses

The following list details the broad range of 53 specialized demographic courses available to trainees at PSC from departments including Sociology, Economics, Health Behavior & Health Education (HBHE), Epidemiology (EPID), Education, and Anthropology.

Dept/Number Name Frequency     Hours
Sociology 510Statistics I biennially4
Sociology 530Social Demographyannually3
Sociology 535The Urban Community periodically3
Sociology 535Urban Communitiesbiennially3
Sociology 544Sociology of Family and Kinshipannually3
Sociology 545Sociology of the Life Coursebiennially3
Sociology 591Social Structure and Personalityperiodically3
Sociology 595Demography of Race periodically3
Sociology 595Population Issues: Gender Stratification biennially3
Sociology 595Social Demography of Agingbiennially3
Sociology 595Sociology of Fertility biennially3
Sociology 595U.S. Population Trendsbiennially3
Sociology 596Race/Ethnicity and Healthannually3
Sociology 597Social Aspects of Mortality periodically3
Sociology 619Categorical Data Analysis biennially6
Sociology 621Workshop in Survey Sampling Techniquesannually6
Sociology 622Social Stratificationbiennially6
Sociology 630Research Methods in Population and Human Ecology periodically3
Sociology 631Advanced Population Studies periodically3
Sociology 710Advanced Topic in Quantitative Methodologybienniallyx
Sociology 717Methods and Theory of Sample Designbiennially3
Sociology 803Research Seminar in Race and Ethnicityperiodically1-3
Sociology 830Research Seminar in Social Demography every term1-3
Sociology 850Psychosocial Factors in Mental Health Iannually1-2
Economics 530Techniques of Survey Researchannually3
Economics 550Reproductive Epidemiology annually3
Economics 621Labor Economics I annually3
Economics 622Labor Economics IIannually3
Economics 665Economic Development: Applied Microeconomicsannually3
Economics 667Economic Demographybiennially3
Economics 670The Stress Process annually3
Economics 675Applied Econometricsannually3
Economics 676Applied Macroeconometricsannually3
Economics 810Seminar in Social Science Methodsannually1
Economics 826Applied Econometrics in Health Services Researchbiennially3
Economics 867Seminar in Economic Demographyannually1-3
Economics 867Seminar on Economics of Agingbiennially3
HBHE 514Social Epidemiologyannually3
HBHE 603Population Change and Public Healthannually3
HBHE 614Women's Health and the Timing of Reproduction annually3-4
HBHE 621Seminar in Behavioral Research Methods in Public Healthannually3
HBHE 629Families and Healthannually3
HBHE 660Human Reproductive Biology periodically3
HBHE 693Seminar on Health and Poverty annually3
HBHE 695Women and Fertilityannually3
EPID 514Social Epidemiology annually3
EPID 581Population Dynamics and Ecology annually4
EPID xAdvanced Topics in Epidemiologyevery termx
Education 737Design and analysis of longitudinal & multilevel researchperiodicallyx
Anthropology 543Demographic Approaches in Anthropology: Concept and Method of Cultural and Quantitative Studiesbiennially3
Anthropology 558Fieldwork, Research Methods, and Cultural Anthropologybiennially3
Anthropology 558Research Issues in Family and Kinship biennially3
Anthropology 638Anthropology and Development periodically3

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