The Admissions Committee of the Clinical Research Education Program considers all the data we receive on each applicant before making our decisions. You should be sure to submit all materials in the checklist below, and complete the process through the online application. (You will need to have or create a free user account).
To succeed in our program, you will need to have a working knowledge of basic medical terminology and major concepts of health and illness. Many of our students have degrees in medicine, nursing, or the allied health professions. The Admissions Committee will carefully review applications from those without formal training, but we will also carefully consider your application with pertinent work experience or undergraduate studies in the health sciences.
You need to have earned a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university. While there are no specific prerequisites, we will review your transcript for demonstration of satisfactory performance in quantitative and qualitative methods and in social and biological sciences. We make our selections on the basis of your past academic achievement.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Application Process for All Programs
Each program has specific application requirements of its own. Admissions details for our PhD in Clinical Research (PhDCR); Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR); Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP); Patient Oriented Research Training (PORTAL) MD/MSCR program; and those for non-matriculated students are all provided below.