The Master Degree in Epidemiology and Clinical Research is directed by Drs. Rita Popat and Victor Henderson. The program provides students with the skills essential to patient-oriented clinical research, including epidemiologic methods and statistical analysis. The MS program is typically completed in two years (four to six quarters). All candidates must satisfactorily complete 45 units of graduate course work with a 3.0 (B) or better, as well as a master thesis usually based on original research related to clinical epidemiology.
About the Program:
- Language Test: TOEFL 100 (minimum)