The Master of Science in Clinical Research Management is designed for experienced professionals working in academic research centers or private industry who seek greater depth and breadth of study in the science and business of clinical research.
This 30-unit program of study provides experienced health science and related business professionals with updated skills, strategies, and resources for developing and managing products, treatment protocols, and other processes associated with clinical research and patient care. Candidates for the Master of Science in Clinical Research Management typically hold or aspire toward leadership positions in academic research centers or related private sector organizations, such as the pharmaceutical industry.
The Master of Science in Clinical Research Management is awarded by University College, the evening and continuing education division of Arts & Sciences. The program is offered in collaboration with the Washington University School of Medicine, and more specifically, the Center for Applied Research Sciences and the Institute of Clinical & Translational Sciences. Specific course work and overall program objectives for all clinical research management programs of study offered through University College reinforce the guidelines of "Good Clinical Practice" as outlined by the International Conference on Harmonization and adopted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP).
Who Should Apply?
Likely candidates from academic research settings include clinical research investigators, coordinators, nurses, and sponsor representatives. Private sector candidates include pharmaceutical industry project managers, monitors, and regulatory affairs staff, as well as staff in community physician offices and independent research agencies.
Related Degrees and Certificates
- Bachelor of Science in Clinical Research Management
- Undergraduate Certificate in Clinical Research Management
- Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Management
|Program Coordinator: Sally Anderson, (314) 935-6700|
Academic Advisor: Shawn Cummings, (314) 935-6783
Administrative Assistant for Academic Programs: Holly Schroeder, (314) 935-6759
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