Master of Science in Clinical Research: Overview
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To receive the Master of Science in Clinical Research, trainees must complete a total of 30 credits including the core curriculum, the 2-semester Advanced Grant Writing course, and the requirements for one of the specialty tracks that focus on research methodologies. Trainees who are interested may take additional coursework for an optional content specialization.
Depending on the clinical responsibilities of the trainee, it will take 2 or 3 years to fulfill the requirements for the MS degree. The directors of the program have scheduled many of the courses in a way that allows trainees to balance coursework with clinical and other responsibilities.
- Core Curriculum and Required Coursework
- Clinical Research Faculty
- Specialty Tracks
- Content Specialization
- Comprehensive Competency Review
- Thesis or Substantive Research Project
- Advising and Mentoring
- Application Information
- Student Handbook
"I must say, I use my ICRE education daily in both the
research and clinical aspects of my career, and I thank you all for providing
such a solid foundation."
—2004 Graduate of the Master of Science Program in Clinical Research