Students will take a total of 17 credits to complete the program.
|GC 660 Statistical Methods of Data Analysis||3|
|GC 630 Fundamentals of Clinical Trials (GC 660 is pre-req)||3|
|MI 580 Epidemiology||3|
|GC 510 Database Design and Management||2|
|GC 640 Research Ethics and Responsible Conduct||1|
|GC 690 Regulatory Issues in Human Subject Research||2|
|PR 525 Clinical Pharmacology||3|
|GC 631 Comparative Effectiveness & Patient Centered Outcomes Research||3|
|GC 650 Economic Analysis of Healthcare Interventions||3|
|GC 654 Pharmacoepidemiology (GC 660, MI 580 are pre-requisites)||2|
|PR 810, 820, 830 Pharmacology Clerkship Credits**||1-3|
*Other courses may be substituted upon approval. However, no substitutions can be made for clinicians wanting to transfer these credits into the Human Clinical Investigation track of the Master of Science in Pharmacology.
**Only available for clinicians starting in the Pharmacology MS program and changing to the Certificate program.