For Prospective Students:
The master's degree in Clinical Research is a unique, part time or full time graduate degree program (most students choose the part time route) that develops the in-depth knowledge and skills necessary to perform valid, credible research. This innovative program was created in response to an increasing demand for well-qualified professionals able to perform patient-based research in academia, industry, research institutes, and health and regulatory agencies.
Objectives and Features:
Innovative and relevant curriculum
Integrates didactic information with practical training
Courses taught by renowned faculty from the UCSD School of Medicine
Flexible, evening course schedule designed to meet the needs of working professionals
Opportunity to network with other clinical research professionals,
experienced investigators, and faculty from diverse areas of expertise
Links the academic and professional scientific communities
Extensive, tailored career counseling services
Multiple admission dates each year: January and June
Start here to find information on admission requirements for the Master's Degree in Clinical Research as well as admission application procedures and application deadlines.
Learn more about the profile of the typical student for whom the Clincial Research program is designed. See what our alumni are up to.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Clinical Reserach program, the students, how to apply, and general procedures.
PROGRAM FORMAT AND YOUR PACE OF STUDY
Go here to get more details about the format of the Master's Degree in Clinical Research, view a sample course schedule and determine your pace of study.
Information on course fees and financial aid available to incoming MAS students can be found here.
Career Opportunities (pdf)
PLEASE NOTE: This program is not eligible for an F1 student Visa.