Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research
Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating from this program will:
- Have the ability to perform statistical analysis
- Have the ability to generate a research hypothesis
- Have the ability to propose, conduct, and report research
- Have the ability to critique and communicate scientific findings
- Have the ability to compare the strengths and weaknesses of common epidemiologic study design and concepts (confounding, bias)
The Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics (DBHI) at the School of Medicine (SOM) offers a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research. The Graduate Certificate is a valuable credential for health care professionals who want exposure to the fundamentals of clinical research methods and applications. Junior faculty, clinical fellows, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, clinical research coordinators, and other health professionals will advance their research careers and become more discriminate consumers of research upon completion of this program.
Please visit our Department Website to learn more about this program.
Students must complete the following courses while maintaining a 3.0 or better grade point average to earn the Graduate Certificate:
|Applied Biostatistics I
|Clinical Research Methodology
|Principles and Applications of Epidemiology
|Overview of Health Services Research
Since the Graduate Certificate includes coursework that counts toward the Master of Science in Bioinformatics (MSB) Degree, Graduate Certificate graduates will be offered the option of applying to the MSB program. If accepted, they will be able to apply 15 credit hours towards completion of the MSB degree or the MSB with an emphasis in Clinical Research.
Please visit our Admissions Page to learn about our requirements.