01 Dec Curriculum Updated for MS in Clinical and Translational Science
The curriculum for the Master’s in Clinical and Translational Science (MSCTS) degree was recently updated to incorporate the full spectrum of the translational continuum (T0 through T5) and provide additional skills and training opportunities to develop the next generation of individuals working in translational research sciences.
The curriculum covers the foundations of translational research, clinical statistics, epidemiology, ethics and safety, and study designs across the translational continuum. Degree candidates can select one of four tracts and complete a thesis along with the core and elective courses.
Certificates will also be offered in addition to the Master’s degree with concentrations in Translational Science, Population Science, Health Systems Science, and Community Based Science. The expanded curriculum will begin during the 2020-21 academic year.