A joint offering with the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business, the MS in Clinical Research/Master of Business Administration dual degree provides students who are interested in the clinical research and business industries the opportunity to further develop their management skills, gain exposure to various areas of business, and expand their leadership and problem solving abilities.
The online classes in the MSCR program are specifically designed for collaboration and interaction with peers and faculty. Each online class will host a variety of both interactive and independent learning formats so as to best meet the varied learning needs of our students. Examples of collaborative formats include group projects, discussion boards, presentations, synchronous class sessions, webinars with guest speakers, real-time access to students and faculty via online classrooms or chatrooms, and peer review of assignments.
Elevate Your Career
Elevate Your Career According to Clinical Today, the clinical research field is expanding more quickly than ever, and students with a background in clinical research are in high demand. The MS in clinical research program equips students with skills in critical thinking so that they will be prepared for careers in education, industry, medical, and research settings. CPHS offers an option to pursue joint degrees in both MS in clinical research and MBA. The expected job outlook is strong for MS in clinical research candidates, as an anticipated 20,100 jobs in the field will open between 2008 and 2018.