Master of Science Program in Pharmacology
|Human Investigation Specialization Track|
|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 credits|
|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 credits|
|GC 690 Regulatory Issues in Scientific Affairs||2 credit hours|
|MI 580 Epidemiology||3 credits|
|PR 522 General Pharmacology *||3 credits|
|PR 525 Clinical Pharmacology||3 credits|
|PR 810, 820, 830 Clerkship||3 credits|
|PR 870, 880, 890 Masters Thesis Research **||6 credit hours|
|Required Courses||40 credit hours|
This track is reserved for trainees in the NIH K30 Training Program in Human Investigation
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).
For more information on the Human Investigation Specialization Track and the NIH K30 program, contact Dr. Scott Waldman.
For more information on the Master of Science degree requirements, course descriptions, etc., please refer to the Jefferson Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences website.
For additional questions, please contact Eleanor Gorman, Assistant Coordinator for Master's Programs in the Basic Sciences by e-mail, or at (215) 503-5799.