Clinical and Translational Science
1105 North Stonewall, Ste. 258
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
MS in CTS web site
H. Anne Pereira, PhD, Program Director/Dean of Graduate College
Julie A. Stoner, PhD, Graduate College Liaison
For a complete listing of the departmental graduate faculty, visit this website
Master of Science
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Clinical and Translational Sciences
The goal of the MS in CTS program is to prepare health professionals to become competent in the methodological foundations and conduct of clinical and translational research.
Participants will develop competencies related to principles of qualitative research methods, quantitative research methods, clinical and translational research process and design, informatics, effective oral and written communication, human research ethics and responsible conduct of research, cultural competency, research management, and professionalism and career development.
Individuals applying for acceptance may come from a wide variety of educational and work-related backgrounds, but must possess a professional doctoral degree. Applicants who do not possess a professional doctoral degree may apply only after receiving written permission from Julie Stoner, PhD, Graduate College Liaison for the MS in CTS Degree Program.
Application for the MS in CTS program is available on the Graduate College web site.
Applicants must submit:
- official transcripts from all universities attended
- current curriculum vitae or resume
- three letters of reference
- personal statement
- summary of a proposed thesis research project
- identification of an OUHSC faculty mentor
- proposed mentor's 5-page NIH biosketch
30.8 MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
This degree program requires total of 33 credit hours consisting of didactic study and experiential practicum, and a mentored research project including a thesis. Students are required to take 7 core courses (18 credit hours), 2 elective courses (6 credit hours), and research hours (9 credit hours).