Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research students will be able to:
- Create and understand data generated by patient care and clinical studies.
- Integrate theory and research into advanced clinical practice.
- Apply scientific findings to clinical settings, evaluate outcomes and develop public health policy.
- Advance research in the biostatistics, public health sciences, health services delivery, preventive medicine and public health practice.
- Pose a researchable question, develop hypotheses, collect evidence, analyze and interpret data.
- Organize quantitative information and utilize it effectively.
- Draw conclusions after weighing evidence, facts and ideas.
- Convey findings through written and oral communication.
The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research curriculum includes 15 credit hours of required coursework. Students concurrently completing a clinical training program must provide documentation of approval from their clinical program director each semester.
The courses are:
- Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA while enrolled.
- The minimum acceptable grade for the required courses is B-.