Master's Degree Programs

 

MS in Biomedical Sciences

  • Interdisciplinary program with first semester core curriculum
  • Laboratory rotations to choose research mentor
  • Mentorship that ensures progress through program milestones
  • 2 years to complete, thesis required

MS in Medical Sciences

  • One-year program to prepare for medical/dental school
  • Medical/dental school-level coursework
  • Standardized test review and preparation
  • Professional development and skill building workshops

MS in Clinical Research

  • Prepares current health professionals for research in clinical settings
  • 38 credits offered Part-time to complete a 38-hour curriculum
  • Online or on-campus program
  • Collaborate in diverse research settings with mentored faculty
  • Core competency courses designed for clinical and translational research

Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research

  • Online part-time courses completed in three semesters consecutively
  • 19 credit hours applicable towards the Master’s in Clinical Research (MSCR) degree
  • Core competency courses designed for clinical and translational research