Academics

MS in Clinical Research

Academics

The curriculum provides students with an in-depth understanding of producing and interpreting medical evidence in a variety of practice settings. Students can enroll full-time to complete the program in two years, or choose a part-time option.

Graduates are prepared for leadership positions in pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, government agencies, medical institutions, academic institutions and hospitals.  Within these fields, graduates are qualified to work as clinical research associates, project managers, data managers, clinical monitors, biostatisticians and many other positions.

Faculty members in the Department of Clinical Research are recognized experts, published scientists, committed mentors and proven professionals. They bring a combination of scholarly theory and real-world experience to the classroom, providing students with innovative ideas and preparing them for the career they always wanted.

Online Degree Program

To meet the growing demand for working adults interested in our program, the Department of Clinical Research is currently developing a flexible online program. Expected fall 2014, the MSCR degree will transition to a fully online program. The first two online courses were launched summer 2013, and various courses are being progressively added to the online format.