Masters Programs in Clinical Investigation

MSc - TR (Translational Research)

This two-year training program aims to provide future investigators with the tools necessary to conduct independent, translational research. To fulfill the degree requirements, a minimum of 33 credits must be completed. Most of the courses are offered on Wednesdays and/or Thursdays. In addition, each participant is required to work on a mentored research project, and complete a set of milestones.

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MSc - HIT  (Health Innovations and Therapeutics)

The MSc - HIT shares many common features and courses with the MSc-TR program, but differs by its emphasis on drug and product development science.

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MSc - CER (Comparative Effectiveness Research)

The MSc - CER is a two-year training program focused on providing investigators with the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue a career in CER. This concentration is housed and administered by the Department of Population Health, Section on Value and Effectiveness. Learn more about the MSc Comparative Effectiveness Research program.