What is this service?
The Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSCR) program is a year-long research training program designed specifically for U-M students in professional degree programs. Students take time out to complete a master’s program in clinical research.
The MSCR program consists of 38 credits, including a 6-credit research practicum. Read more about the courses for this program.
Who can use this service?
Students who are in a U-M professional degree or health-related degree program may apply for the MSCR. Each participant must also be a U.S. citizen or a U.S. permanent resident.
At what stage in my research should I contact MICHR about this service?
This program is designed for students in professional degree programs. Talk to your advisor to determine the best time to take a "year out" to complete this degree.
How much does this service cost?
The MSCR has nine positions that are fully funded by an NIH grant awarded to the University of Michigan. Those who do not qualify to receive the NIH award are responsible for cost of attendance. The cost pricing/recharge rates for this and other MICHR services are available here.
The application is available here.