Course Catalog Description
The course will be conducted as a seminar with readings and discussions on a range of more advanced topics. We will cover case-control designs; longitudinal causal models, identifiability and estimation; direct and indirect effects; dynamic regimes (individualized treatment rules); approaches for diagnosing and responding to violations in the positivity assumption. Additional topics may include stochastic interventions, community-based interventions, and Collaborative-TMLE. There will also be some guest lectures and presentations from current students and faculty members.
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How to Enroll
Note: International Students must submit an International Concurrent Enrollment application and follow the process outlined in section above.
- Apply for term eligibility by creating a UC Berkeley Extension Account.
- Enroll in UNEX-1221 and pay the CalCentral Term Access fee.
- After 3–4 days, you will receive instructions on how to create your CalNet ID.
- You will use your CalNet ID to apply for classes via CalCentral.
Once you apply for a class or classes, your application(s) will be forwarded to the instructor and the academic department for class approval. We recommend that you periodically log into CalCentral to review the status of your class application(s). You are not officially enrolled in a course until your class application has been approved at all levels it appears in CalCentral under the term schedule.