Cost$1,593.00 per credit (resident, part-time), $2,465.00 per credit (nonresident, part-time)
Application DeadlinesSee program website
CollegeSchool of Public Health
DepartmentEpidemiology and Community Health
The MS in Clinical Research program is a graduate degree as well as a career development path for physician-scientists, clinical scholars, and biomedical researchers.
The program trains you to conduct patient-oriented research, directly interacting with human subjects to better understand disease, the development of therapeutic interventions, and the conduct of clinical trials. You will learn how to conduct epidemiological and behavioral studies and understand issues related to outcomes-based research, and also develop grant writing and data analytic skills.
- PUBH 6301 – Fundamentals of Clinical Research
- PUBH 6307 – Clinical Epidemiology
- PUBH 7420 – Clinical Trials
- PUBH 6450 – Biostatistics I
There is increasing demand for well-trained individuals who can design, implement, and interpret clinical research studies. Graduates go on to be academic physicians and principal investigators at major academic institutions around the country. Some of our graduates are industry leaders.