Master of Science in Clinical Research
The Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR) program is a research training program designed specifically for U-M students in professional degree programs. Students take time out to complete an intensive, year-long master’s program in clinical research. The degree is awarded by Rackham through the Department of Epidemiology in the U-M School of Public Health. The faculty lead for this program is Dan Clauw, MD.
The MSCR program consists of 38 credits, including an 8-credit research practicum. Students are strongly encouraged to take electives related to their clinical and translational research. Read more about the courses for this program.
Who is eligible?
- Students in a U-M professional degree or health-related degree program.
- Students who are a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident.
The program funds nine students each year. Talk to your advisor to determine the best time to take a "year out" to complete this degree.
The application deadline is December 16. If you do not have one already, you will need to create an ApplyWeb account to apply.
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Want more Information?
Contact Shannon Marshall, Admissions Coordinator
Learn about Matt's story:
MSCR 2013, Research topic: How to best allocate clinical pharmacy services? A retrospective cohort study to evaluate PCMH patients with diabetes
Learn about Germanuel's story:
MSCR 2013, Research topic: Smoking Status and Influence on Short Term Outcomes and Treatment Allocation
Learn about Reda's story:
MSCR 2011, Research topic: Depression and stigma towards mental health among adolescents and parents in an Arab-American community
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