Clinical Research

Clinical Research Degree Program 

Bachelor of Applied Sciences (BAS) - Clinical Research Concentration

Clinical Research Degree ProgramClinical Research is a branch of medical science determining the safety and effectiveness of medications, devices, diagnostic products and treatment regimens intended for human use. In this new degree program, you will learn about regulations governing clinical trials, data management and how to manage and monitor clinical trials. There is a growing demand for high-quality clinical monitors and study coordinators.

After graduation, you will have career opportunities in contract research organizations (CROs), pharmaceutical companies, government agencies and academia.

Program Overview:

General Education Core Courses (52 Semester Hours)  
Fine Arts (art/music/theatre)  
English Fundamentals ENGL 100
Academic Writing ENGL 101
Academic Writing & Lit ENGL 102
Introduction to Christianity RELG 125
RELG Elective  
MATH Elective  
Humanities Elective  
Humanities Elective  
Humanities Elective  
Science with lab  
Western Civilization I HIST 111
Western Civilization II HIST 112
Social Science Elective  
Social Science Elective  

Curriculum Information:

An AAS degree is required before entering the BAS program. For a complete overview of the program and requirements, please view our Bachelor of Applied Sciences Clinical Research Description and Requirements summary sheet.

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