Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Science

The CTS curriculum includes didactic instruction in the core areas of biostatistics, epidemiology, and clinical research design; a mentored research project; and seminars on recent advances in clinical and translational science.  The program consists of 17 credit hours of required didactic course work, 4 credit hours of clinical and translational science seminar, 6 hours of elective courses, and 9 credit hours of mentored research. The mentored research project that is a requirement of the MCTS program will culminate in a grant proposal that is suitable for submission to an extramural funding agency (NIH, RWJ, etc.). The MCTS can be completed in 2 years.  For more information about the program and the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology.

The Graduate School

The CTS curriculum includes didactic instruction in the core areas of biostatistics, epidemiology, and clinical research design; a mentored research project; and seminars on recent advances in clinical and translational science.  The program consists of 17 credit hours of required didactic course work, 4 credit hours of clinical and translational science seminar, 6 hours of elective courses, and 9 credit hours of mentored research. The mentored research project that is a requirement of the MCTS program will culminate in a grant proposal that is suitable for submission to an extramural funding agency (NIH, RWJ, etc.). The MCTS can be completed in 2 years.