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What are some different modeling courses?

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Some different modeling courses are Environmental and Health Risk Modeling at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, Bayesian Modeling for Biomedical Research and Public Health at Boston University and Financial Modeling in Excel for Startups at Udemy.com. These courses teach students how to apply statistical modeling methods to answer questions in health and finance.

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Environmental and Health Risk Modeling is a three-credit course offered at University of Michigan School of Public Health to students with a background in calculus. The course teaches students hands-on modeling approaches to environmental health assessment such as exposure modeling, steady state multimedia modeling and pharmacokinetic modeling. Students apply these methods to several case studies.

Bayesian Modeling for Biomedical Research and Public Health at Boston University teaches students how to apply Bayesian modeling techniques to genetics, genomics and observational health studies. Students study real-world examples and use real data sets in a final modeling project.

The Financial Modeling in Excel for Startups course at Udemy.com teaches students how to design a financial model for their startup from beginning to end. As of 2015 the course includes 54 lectures and covers the formulas needed and the topics investors look for in a startup.

Other modeling courses include Applied Statistical Modeling and Programming in R and Generalized Linear Models with Applications at Boston University and Financial Modeling: How to Build a Complete Model with Excel and Financial Modeling at Udemy.com.

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