MD-MSc in Clinical Investigation Sciences

MD-MSc in Clinical Investigation Sciences

The MSc degree program provides physicians, dentists, nurses and other health professionals an opportunity to acquire the clinical research skills necessary for a career in an academic health center. The 24 hours of required course work provide students with a broad base of knowledge in epidemiologic research methods, biostatistics, bioethics and the methodologies of health services and outcomes research. Early in their first semester MSc students are required to identify a faculty member who will serve as a mentor. The MSc in Clinical Investigation Sciences can be completed in two years; however, a three-year option is also available.

Dual degree students must be admitted by both the School of Medicine and the School of Public Health and Information Sciences.

Curriculum (School of Public Health & Information Sciences site)

How to Apply

More Information

For more information, contact:
Susan B. Muldoon, PhD
Associate Dean for Student Affairs
Email Dr. Muldoon