Clinical and Translational Research Management
Why earn your Master’s at Hartwick College?
Are you passionate about better health and medical breakthroughs that allow patients to enjoy longer, more fulfilling lives? We have developed a distinctive academic program to help you make a lasting impact on global health.
M.S. in Clinical and Translational Research Management
- 2 years | 36 credits | $900 per credit | no fees
- 14-week online courses with translational management relevant content
- Asynchronous self-paced learning designed and taught by clinical research leaders
EARN YOUR MASTER’S AT HARTWICK COLLEGE
Join our nearly 225 years of proud academic tradition:
- Online format designed to fit your schedule and location.
- Learn from translational research experts.
- Develop analytic thinking in assessing evidence-based medicine.
- Prepare for management positions emerging in a trillion dollar market.
Hone your skills for the real world by learning the skills employers are looking for! We partner with leading industry sectors, such as contract research organizations, small biotech, and the pharmaceutical industry, so that you’ll acquire highly sought after competencies.
- A bachelor’s degree in biological, chemical, pharmaceutical, or health sciences, or the social sciences from an accredited institution of higher education, with a minimum GPA of 3.00.
- Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work.
- Credential evaluation and passing TOEFL score (minimum of 79-80 internet based) for those with a degree from a non-U.S. institution.
- Completed application form, which includes a personal statement about how the applicant expects to apply the degree to meet short-term and long-term professional goals.
- Two letters of reference, preferably from professional colleagues/supervisors and/or course instructors who can assess the candidate’s professional ability and potential for successfully completing this graduate program.
- 1-2 page current resume indicating educational and employment background.
TBRM@hartwick.edu or 607-431-4404.