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Graduate Certificate in Good Clinical Practices


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Adviser: Stephen Sonstein, Ph.D.
206E Marshall
734.487.1238
ssonstein@emich.edu

Program Advising
The program provides students with both the knowledge base and practical experience in the process of new drug and medical device development. The courses and experiences provide a base of competence that can be used by individuals to seek employment in the pharmaceutical industry and the academic clinical research environment, or by those currently employed by industry or academia, to gain additional competencies.

The program consists of four courses offered in a format that meets the needs of the nontraditional and full-time employed student. Successful completion of the four courses, with a GPA of 3.0 or above, qualifies a student for acceptance into a preceptorship experience where students work with clinical research associates, clinical research coordinators and clinical scientists in a workplace setting to develop and polish monitoring skills.

The only prerequisite to the first course in the sequence is the possession of a bachelor’s degree and admission to the Graduate School.

Admission Requirements
Applicants must meet the Graduate School  degree admission requirements.

Certificate Total: 15 hours


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