This is a four-semester programme whose overall aim is to train and produce graduates with relevant competencies and skills in applied epidemiology, which will enable them to contribute towards strengthening of the public health system of Tanzania.
- Graduates from any recognized University in the fields of Medicine, Dentistry, Laboratory Sciences, Veterinary Sciences, Pharmacy, Environmental Health Sciences, Nursing or any other health related fields of study.
- Graduates in health related fields of study such as statistics, demography, biology, food science and public health may also apply provided they are graduates from recognized Universities.
- Graduates of classified degrees in 1 and 2 above must have passed and obtained at least a lower second class. For non classified degrees like MD the candidate should have passed with a minimum of B grade for Epidemiology and Biostatistics.
- Graduates should have a minimum of two years relevant working experience in health related programmes or institutions.