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Curriculum For Master's Degree**

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Core:

BPHE 5310P Clinical Trials Overview: Methods & Practice 3 cr
BPHE 5521P Regulatory & Ethical Requirements in Clinical Investigations 3 cr
BPHE 7610P

Capstone Course (Mentored Fieldwork) or IDST 6400 Evidence Based Literature Review

Capstone course replaces IDST6980 Graduate Project as of spring 2015

3 cr

Specialization Tracks:

Clinical Trials Management & Recruitment Sciences Track

BINF 5075E Biomedical Informatics for Clinical Trials Management 3 cr
BPHE 5500P

Multiple Analyses in Clinical Trials or IDST 6121 Data Interpretation

3 cr
BPHE 5510P Overview of Disease Processes and Treatment 3 cr
BPHE 6352P Applied Clinical Trials & GCP 3 cr
BPHE 6510P Clinical Operations 3 cr
BPHE 6985P Principles of Subject Recruitment and Retention 3 cr

Clinical Trials Informatics Track

BINF 5005E Health Care Information Systems 3 cr
BINF 5075E Biomedical Informatics for Clinical Trials Management 3 cr
BINF 5210E SAS Application in Biomedical & Clinical Research 3 cr
BINF 5311E Introduction to Electronic Health Records 3 cr
BINF 5312E Healthcare Information Processing Using XML 3 cr
BPHE 5800P Using Computerized Systems in Clinical Research & Risk Management 3 cr
BPHE 6510P Clinical Operations 3 cr

Regulatory Affairs Track

BPHE 5500P

Multiple Analyses in Clinical Trials or IDST 6121 Data Interpretation

3 cr
BPHE 5725P Adverse Event Reporting & Postmarketing Activities 3 cr
BPHE 6200P Concepts of GxPs & Quality Assurance 3 cr
BPHE 6500P Regulatory Requirments for Medical Devices 3 cr
BPHE 6530P International Regulatory Affairs 3 cr
BPHE 6800P Regulatory Writing for Submission & Publication 3 cr

Drug Safety & Pharmacovigilance*

BPHE 5500P

Multiple Analyses in Clinical Trials or IDST 6121 Data Interpretation

3 cr
BPHE 5510P Overview of Disease Processes and Treatment 3 cr
BPHE 5725P Adverse Event Reporting & Postmarketing Activities 3 cr
BPHE 5780P Principles of Pharmacovigilance: Regulations & Drug Safety Reporting 3 cr
BPHE 6000P Risk Management Tools 3 cr
BPHE 6025P Pharmacoepidemiology 3 cr
BPHE 6720 Signal Detection & Quantifying Risk 3 cr
BPHE 7510P Clinical Pharmacology 3 cr
BPHE 7600P Analyzing Clinical Data for Adverse Events (Elective) 3 cr

*a clinical background and an understanding of pathophysiology is preferred if the student desires a position as a Drug Safety Officer. However there are individuals who may fill positions in drug safety departments who are involved with data collection and report writing, and do not necessarily require past clinical experience.

Approved Program Electives

Courses from any of the specialization tracks may also be taken as electives.

BPHE 5110P Food & Drug Law 3 cr
BPHE 6600P Advertising & Labeling in Pharmaceutical Medicine 3 cr
BPHE 6700P

Special Topics in Clinical Trial Sciences

3 cr
BPHE 6830P Project Management for the Life Sciences Professional 3 cr
BPHE 7600P Analyzing Clinical Data to Determine Adverse Events 3 cr
BINF 5000E Essentials of Health Computer Science (with approval only) 3 cr
BINF 5006E Disease Mapping and Surveillance 3 cr
BINF 5007E Health Care Information Privacy Security & Confidentiality 3 cr
IDST 5110E Health Services, Issues, & Trends 3 cr
IDST 5200E Principles of Transcultural Health Care 3 cr
IDST 5215E Human Resources Management 3 cr
IDST 5600E Management & Leadership in Health Care 3 cr
IDST 6100E Foundations of Leadership in Health Care 3 cr
IDST 6500E Independent Study 3 cr
BINF 5400E Applied Biostatistics 3 cr
BINF 5413E Biomedical Teaching Systems & Design 3 cr
CLSC 6280E Environment, Public Health & Immunity 3 cr
IDST 5500E Bibliographic Inquiry & Scientific Writing 3 cr
IDST 6120E Health Care Policy & Planning 3 cr
NUTR 6505E Ethical Issues in Health Care Practice 3 cr

**Please note, this list represents the most current version of the curriculum.  Enrolled Students should follow the Program Requirments for Graduation signed at the time of acceptance.

 

 

 

 

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