Master of Science Program in Pharmacology
| Cell & Developmental Biology
For Further Info...
Assistant Coordinator for Master's Programs in the Basic Sciences & Graduate Center Programs
This track is reserved for trainees in the NIH K30 Training Program in
|Required Core Courses: (40 credits required)|
|BI 550 Topics in Biomedical Chemistry *||3 credits|
|GC 510 Database Design and Management||2 credit hours|
|GC 515 Quality Measures/Outcomes Analysis in Healthcare, or
GC 650 Economic Analysis of Healthcare Interventions, or
PH 508 Health Policy: An International Perspective
|3 credit hours
3 credit hours
3 credit hours
|GC 630 Fundamentals of Clinical Trials||3 credit hours|
|GC 640 Research Ethics and Responsible Conduct||1 credit hour|
|GC 654 Pharmacoepidemiology, or
GC 655 Clinical Epidemiology
|2 credit hours
2 credits hours
|GC 660 Biostatistical Methods of Data Analysis||3 credit hours|
|GC 690 Regulatory Issues in Scientific Affairs||2 credit hours|
|MI 580 Epidemiology||3 credit hours|
|PR 522 General Pharmacology *||3 credit hours|
|PR 525 Clinical Pharmacology||3 credit hours|
|Elective*||3 credit hours|
|PR 810, 820, 830 Clerkship||3 credit hours|
|PR 870, 880, 890 Masters Thesis Research **||6 credit hours|
The courses listed are components of the NIH K30 Training Program in Human Investigation.
Physicians may receive up to nine credits for medical school coursework (typical courses are marked with “*”).
** Please note that the Human Investigation track requires a research thesis (i.e., students in this track are not eligible for the capstone project option).