Clinical Research - The Tulane MSCR Program is a structured program leading to a Master of Science in Clinical Research degree from the Tulane University School of Medicine. It usually requires 2 to 3 years to complete the curriculum including the mentored research requirement.
Candidates should hold an MD, PharmD, DNS, DVM, or PhD in an appropriate discipline
Clinical Research Methods - This is a 33-credit, one-year curriculum is designed for the MD who seeks familiarity with the fundamentals and techniques of clinical research. The curriculum is intended to serve the recent medical school graduate who will earn the MS degree during one year of study following medical school and prior to standard graduate medical education.
Clinical Research Methods with a Concentration in Pre-Surgical Training - The Masters in Clinical Research Methods with a concentration in Pre-Surgical Training (MSCRM+) is designed for medical school graduates who seek familiarity with the fundamental techniques of clinical research with a particular interest in surgery. It is a two year full-time program consisting of 58 credits, with courses offered in a lecture and seminar format.