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Master of Science in Epidemiology - Clinical Investigation Track

What is it?

The Clinical Investigation track within the Master of Epidemiology program, emphasizes clinical investigation and interdisciplinary translational research. The program has evolved to accommodate the schedules and needs of busy clinicians. 

Students will find:

  • Core courses offered ONLINE
  • Core elective and elective courses offered either hybrid or face-to-face
  • Academic credit for professional research experience
  • Greater involement, teaching, and mentoring by clinical faculty
  • Targeted research and instruction on clinical investigation
  • Streamlined degree path
  • Tuition-waiver opportunities for qualified students

How is the Clinical Investigation track different?

Our program emphasizes the development of clinical research skill sets, enabling graduates to become independent clinical investigators.

Students receive training in:

  • Biostatistics
  • Epidemiology
  • Clinical Trial Methods

With optional training in:

  • Applied Statistics (Categorical data, Linear Regression, Mixed Models, Survival Analysis)
  • Health Behavior
  • Health Promotion
  • Genetic Epidemiology
  • Epidemiology of Childhood Diseases
  • Data Science

What are the minimum degree requirements for this program?

  • 36 credit hours total
  • 24 credit hours in core required courses (includes 6 hours for Master's thesis or research project)
  • 3 credit hours in core elective courses
  • 9 credit hours in elective courses

Full-time students (9 credit hours per semester or more) usually finish in 2 years.

Clinical Investigation Track Typical Curriculum (full time students who complete the program in 2 years)

Who do I contact for more information?

Contact Elizabeth Webb in the College of Graduate Health Sciences for more information 901.448.7030.

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Last Published: May 10, 2018