Master of Science in Biostatistics For Clinical Professionals Admissions Season

The clinical applications track of this one-year, full-time, MS in Biostatistics Program is aimed at clinically trained professionals (MD, DDS, etc.) looking to increase their research capacity and proficiency in biostatistics. Features of the program include:

  • Rigorous and comprehensive training in fundamental skills required for conducting high-quality clinical and translational research
  • A curriculum emphasizing strong quantitative training, critical thinking skills, and practical strategies for addressing complex challenges of novel, clinical research
  • A stimulating environment in which students apply statistical tools to real data and collaborate with clinical and translational scientists

The Clinical Applications track in the MS in Biostatistics curriculum consists of at least 34 credits, to be completed in one year, of which 31 are core credits and at least 3 are elective credits.

Sample Clinical Applications Track Curriculum

Clinical Trials Management Applied Linear Models I Applied Analysis of Healthcare Databases
Fundamentals of Epidemiology Analysis of Categorical Data The Drug Development Process
Probability and Inference I Applied Biostatistics in Clinical Trials Grant Writing
Introduction to Advanced Biostatistics Health Economics (Elective) Race and Causal Inference Seminar

Priority application deadline: January 15, 2017
Final application deadline: April 1, 2017
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