Applicants should have a sufficient educational background in the biological or biomedical sciences. It is expected that most applicants will have a health professional degree (e.g., MD, DDS, DMD, PhD,or BS or MS in nursing and/or allied health) or a BS/BA or MS degree with emphasis in a health related discipline.
Months of entry
The Master of Science degree in Clinical Investigation and Translational Science (MSCI-TS) program trains clinicians in the conduct of is designed primarily for clinicians who are interested in conducting clinical investigations.
Eligible students include physicians, nurses, dentists, allied health professionals, and currently enrolled UT Health Science Center graduate students. Students will have the opportunity to become expert in the design and conduct of outstanding multidisciplinary, patient-oriented research studies involving direct interaction with human subjects in culturally diverse settings.
The M.S. degree in Clinical Investigation and Translational Science requires completion of a minimum of 30 semester credit hours and submission of one full-length research manuscript to a peer reviewed scientific or medical journal.
Information for international students
The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences requires that all foreign transcripts be translated by providing a listing of all courses taken and the cumulative grade point average.
Fees and funding
$5835 per year.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Charlotte Anthony