The online graduate minor is an interdisciplinary program offered by the Colleges of Nursing, Pharmacy and Medicine.
The courses provide students and research professionals with the foundation for conducting clinical and preclinical research studies.
Students in the health and social sciences, engineering, business and law with an interest in clinical and preclinical research will benefit from this program of study.
The coursework addresses research methods, the ethics of human subject and animal research, medical product regulation and research operations and management.
Completion of the coursework in the minor meets the major competencies established by the Joint Task Force Core Competencies for Clinical Research Professionals. Interested students can view a full list of required courses prior to applying.
To apply for the Minor in Applied Clinical and Preclinical Research, students in non-professional graduate programs should follow the steps outlined on the Graduate School website. Professional students should follow the instructions on the minor advising document.
For additional information, contact Nikki Herbert (firstname.lastname@example.org; 614-688-3663), program manager for the online master’s programs in Applied Clinical and Preclinical Research and Pharmacology.