Bachelor of Science in Clinical Research Management
The Bachelor of Science in Clinical Research Management is designed for students in the early stages of a career in clinical research, as well as more experienced individuals such as investigators, coordinators, and sponsor representatives who want to expand their knowledge and skills in the field.
The program lays a foundation in principles and applications from the basic sciences, and then covers in greater depth the processes necessary in the management of studies that develop drugs, devices, and treatment protocols for patient care.
This customized undergraduate program focuses on the scientific methods of clinical research, good clinical practice, research ethics, and the regulatory guidelines that protect human subjects - all integral components of clinical trial management in academic research or pharmaceutical industry settings.
Our advisors go the extra mile to help you navigate your path and needs. We will provide you with the tools to make each moment spent on your education as valuable as possible. Students will receive:
- one-on-one, hour long appointments with an experienced advisor;
- career planning services to prepare you for opportunities after graduation;
- a partner throughout your journey to ensure success.
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Student advising is available at our West Campus location from 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday, and at our Danforth Campus location from 2–6 p.m., Monday–Thursday, and 9 a.m.–1 p.m.. on Friday.
required course work
All University College undergraduate students must satisfy the same general-education requirements. Requirements specific to the BS in Clinical Research Management include:
- Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology I -- Lecture Only (U29 3221)
- Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology II (Without Lab) (U29 3231)
- General Biology I [with lab] (U29 101)
- General Biology II [with lab] (U29 102)
- Biomedical Ethics (U22 233)
- Fundamentals of Clinical Research Management I (U80 250)
- Fundamentals of Clinical Research Management II (U80 251)
- Pharmacology for Clinical Research (U80 353)
- Research Ethics and Regulatory Affairs (U80 325)
- The Business of Clinical Research (U80 330)
- Introduction to Data and Information Management in Health Sciences (U80 318)
- Practicum/Capstone (U80 350)
- Leadership and Management
- Project Management
- Computer Programming
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- At least six units of transferrable college-level course work; or
- at least six units of course work taken at University College and proof of high school completion or GED.
Below is a list of requirements for an application to the undergraduate degree in Clinical Research Management. Applications will be reviewed once all requirements are received.
Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis and typically take four to six weeks. Applicants are encouraged to submit all materials by the following dates:
- SUMMER 2020: APRIL 15, 2020
- FALL 2020: JULY 15, 2020
- SPRING 2021: DEC. 15, 2020
The online application is available online on our Apply page. Applications are ready for review when all fields on the application form are completed and the required documents have been received.
Official or unofficial (student-issued) copies of transcripts from the three most recent years of college-level work. If you have fewer than 6-units of transferable credit, proof of high school completion or GED must be submitted. Contact the registrar at each previous college or university attended to request an official transcript. Official transcripts must be sent directly from the registrar to University College. Electronic transcripts should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org. For transcript questions, please contact our Admissions Coordinator, Patricia Agnew, at email@example.com.
Non-United States course work transcript verification
If the transcript you submit for consideration is from a college or university outside the United States, a course by course transcript evaluation is also required. Evaluations will be accepted from World Education Services (WES) or another member institution of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES).
Tell us about yourself in a brief essay (about 250 words). Why are you applying to University College? What are your goals, both academic and professional? Is there additional information we should know about you when considering your application?
All international students are required to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores at the time of application. The TOEFL and IELTS may be waived for applicants who, immediately prior to their application for admission, have done both of the following:
- Lived for three years or longer in the United States or another country where English is the primary language of daily life (e.g. Canada or United Kingdom).
- Completed three or more years of study at a college or university which is located in that country and where the language of instruction is English.
This policy applies to all international students, even those who have earned a degree from a United States college or university.
If an applicant moves away from an English-speaking country after living and studying there for three years or more, the TOEFL or IELTS is then required for admission.
For international student application deadlines, please click here: ucollege.wustl.edu/resources/international-students.