Curriculum

MS in Clinical Research Online

2016-2017 MSCR Course Schedules & Term Dates

Term

Term Dates

Fall I 2016

August 8 - September 30, 2016

Fall II 2016

October 3 - December 2, 2016

Spring I 2017

January 2 - February 24, 2017

Spring II 2017

February 27 - April 21, 2017

Summer 2017

May 15 - July 7, 2017

 

Curriculum

Students are required to complete the following courses in addition to 4 credits hours of elective courses:

Courses

Credit Hours

CLNR 505 – Principles of Clinical Research

1.5

CLNR 515 – New Product Development 

1.5

CLNR 517 - Biostatistical Inference

2

CLNR 518 - Introduction to Biostatistical Modeling

2

CLNR 519/L – Physical & Clinical Assessment with Lab

2

CLNR 520 – Advanced Data Management

2

CLNR 525 – Medical Ethics   

2

CLNR 530 – Regulatory Affairs

3

CLNR 552 – Scientific Communication

2

CLNR 559 – Managing & Monitoring Clinical Trials 

3

CLNR 561 – Healthcare Economics 

2

CLNR 566 – Advanced Study Design & Analysis 

3

CLNR 568 – Project Management        

2

CLNR 606 – Clinical Research Seminar

2

CLNR 690 - Research Project I

1

CLNR 691 - Research Project II

2

CLNR 694 - Research Project III

2

CLNR 695 - Research Project IV

2

Electives  

Courses

Credit Hours

CLNR 504 – Special Research Clinical Research

1-2

CLNR 510 – Pharmacokinetics

2

CLNR 528 – Pharmacogenetics  

2

CLNR 529 – Epidemiology 

2

CLNR 539 – Medical Genomics     

2

CLNR 541 – Behavioral Medicine

2

CLNR 550 – Introduction to Public Health   

2

CLNR 555 – Special Populations in Clinical Research

2

CLNR 560 – Pharmacoeconomics

2

CLNR 562 – Preclinical Drug Development   

2

CLNR 573 – Evidence-Based Medicine  

2

CLNR 574 – Integrated Drug Safety

2

CLNR 578 - Biopharmaceutics

3

CLNR 581 – Pharmaceutical Compliance & QA    

2

CLNR 593 – Leadership Development 

2

CLNR 595 – Bioterrorism & Mass Public Health Threats

2

With approval from the course instructor and associate dean of academic affairs, PHAR courses may serve as electives. Federally supported financial aid requires a minimum of 2 credit hours per academic term.