Bachelor of Science: Clinical Research
The Bachelor of Science in Clinical Research offers students the opportunity to gain specialized education, training, and experience in the exciting field of clinical research. Clinical research is the process by which new therapies (medications, biological agents, and devices) are tested in clinical studies prior to approval and marketing. Clinical research also includes the study of products after approval, once they are on the market, particularly for rare or unexpected adverse events. Students in the Clinical Research Program gain a broad-based understanding of the science, regulatory, and business aspects of developing new therapies to treat illness and improve quality of life.
- Program of Study (PDF)
- Frequently Asked Questions
- CLR Fellowship Application
- NC Community College Transfer Equivalents
- Student Learning Outcomes
- Clinical Research Admissions Information (PDF)
- Clinical Research Application (Deadline to apply is April 16, 2017)
Exploring the field of Clinical Research
- What is Clinical Research? (video)
- NC Coast Clinical Research Initiative: Industry Information
- How can I get started in the Clinical Research Field?
- Drug Discovery and Development Process (video)
- Core Competencies in Clinical Research
- Student Association of Clinical Research (SACR)