Orientation Binder (Handbook)
Level 2 Offerings (pre-approved): A current syllabus and Course Approval form are required but the competency/objectives section of the approval form may be left blank.
Level 2 Syllabi (pre-approved): Only a Course Approval form is required when using one of the following as a Level 2
Manuscript (Thesis) Information - lots of information on the Graduate Studies site; format, ETD Release, Procedures, Embargo, Checklist!Permission forms (Release for Use of Name, Likeness, Voice, Image or Performance and Copyright License):
Program of Studies (MSCR) - Master's of Science in Biomedical Science with Clinical Research Concentration: due semester prior to graduation (March 1st, July 1st, or October 1st). See below for details.Thesis Defense information:
Completion of the Certificate in Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) is a prerequisite for admission.
Once you and your Committee Chair have signed, the form should be submitted to the BREP office for final signatures (Graduate Director), recording, and courier to Graduate Studies.
The MSCR curriculum requires a total of 38 credits to graduate:
Students complete the core curriculum (16 credits) for the CCTS program and enroll in BIOM 568: Seminar (2 credits) after being admitted into the MSCR program (February).
To view the curriculum of the CCTS program, click here.
Starting in the Summer term of Year 2, students will begin earning 12 Credits of upper-level competencies that are offered in an independent study model and are customized based on each student’s interests, research project and desired emphasis. An additional 2 credits of BIOM 568: Seminar will also be earned during year 2.
12 Domains :
In order to complete the MSCR degree, students must enroll in at least 6 Thesis hours and prepare a thesis document in accordance with the MSCR and Office of Graduate Studies guidelines. Students must present their completed thesis research to a public audience and defend their project during a closed exam session with their Committee On Studies. The program is designed for students to be able to complete the MSCR in a two-year period with the defense is typically scheduled for the Summer term of year 2.