Translational Research: Entrepreneurial Science, Certificate
The Certificate Program provides training in translational science through the completion of four credit units of coursework and a research project. There are three certificates to choose from:
- Certificate in Regulatory Science
- Certificate in Translational Science
- Certificate in Entrepreneurial Science
The certificate can be finished in one year and must be completed within two years.
The certificate requires the completion of 4 course units with a passing grade of B- or better.
|MTR 5100||Introduction to Clinical and Translational Research||1|
|MTR 6000||Introduction to Biostatistics 1||1|
|Select 2 electives from the following:||2|
|Health Care Entrepreneurship 2|
|Medical Entrepreneurship: Commercializing Translational Science|
|Seminar in Entrepreneurial Science 2|
|Fundamentals of FDA Regulation|
Other Electives 3
|Total Course Units||4.00|
Other biostatistics courses may be substituted if taken in the past two years with a grade of B- or better.
MTR 6400 and HCMG 8670 are .5 CU each. Students are recommended to enroll in both courses to fulfill 1 CU.
Students may take elective courses outside of these recommendations, by substituting a different MTR/REG course or a course outside of MTR/REG, but must obtain permission before enrolling.
The certificate requires a one-year engagement in clinical and translational research. This will take the form of a new research project or as a translational arm to research currently being conducted. Prospective students will identify a mentor and define the research project at the time of application.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2023 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.