The Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Management is designed primarily for experienced professionals who already hold an advanced degree in a related health care field or in business, and who need a targeted cluster of courses in clinical research management for career enhancement. Candidates for the graduate certificate aspire toward leadership positions in academic research centers or related private sector organizations, especially the pharmaceutical industry.
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Management
The 21-unit certificate program consists of the following required courses:
|CRM 500||Fundamentals of Clinical Research Management||3|
|CRM 512||Advanced Data & Information Management in Health Sciences||3|
|CRM 515||Medical Writing for Clinical Research||3|
|CRM 518||Drug and Device Development||3|
|CRM 520||Trends in Health Care Policy||3|
|CRM 522||Compliance, Legal, and Regulatory Issues||3|
|CRM 588||Epidemiology for Clinical Research||3|
All courses must be completed with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0.
All courses must be taken at Washington University.
Course descriptions for the courses above can be found on the Master of Science in Clinical Research Management page of this Bulletin.