The courses in the order they should be taken are:
Fundamentals of Epidemiology. This course is an overview of the causes of health outcomes and diseases in populations, including disease distribution, determinants, control, and prevention.
Foundations of Infectious Diseases. This course covers the biology and epidemiology of infectious diseases, including emerging and re-emerging diseases. It also covers the use of epidemiologic methods to investigate outbreaks.
Surveillance of Infectious Diseases. This course provides learners with an introduction to the characteristics of surveillance systems and how data from these systems are used to detect infectious disease outbreaks and other threats to public health.
Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response. This course introduces learners to the key concepts of emergency preparedness and response, and includes the National Incident Management System (NIMS) training.
Capstone table top exercise. Learners combine their new knowledge and skills to detect and respond to a simulated public health emergency.