Course number 

Course name 

Credit Hours 

1 Trimester 

CLIN51501

Intro to Clinical Research Methods 

1

CLIN51502

Biostatistical Thinking and Reasoning 

1

CLIN51504

Statistical Computing and Data Management I 

1

CLIN51505

Bioethics I 

2

CLIN51521

Survey of Chiropractic Research 

2

CLIN51522

Principles of Epidemiology 

3

2 Trimester 

CLIN51503

Critical Appraisal of the Literature 

1

CLIN51507

Scientific Writing 

2

CLIN51530

Biostatistics I 

3

3 Trimester 

CLIN51506

Bioethics II 

1

CLIN51509

Statistical Graphics and Data Management II 

2

CLIN51511

Collaboration and Team Building in Clinical Research 

1

CLIN51531

Biostatistics II: Linear Regression 

1

CLIN61660

Practicum I 

1-2

4 Trimester 

CLIN51510

Research Proposal Development 

2

CLIN51532

Biostatistics II: ANOVA and Regression Modeling 

2

CLIN61660

Practicum I 

1-2

5Trimester 

 

  

CLIN51520

Grant Writing Skills 

1

CLIN61661

Practicum II 

1-2

6 Trimester 

CLIN51508

Scientific Presentation Skills 

2

CLIN61661

Practicum II 

1-2

Electives

 

CLIN51545

Clinical Biomechanics 

3

CLIN51546

Ergonomics 

2

CLIN61620

Independent Study: Clinical Studies 

1-3

CLIN61640

Independent Study: Neurosciences 

1-3

CLIN61650

Independent Study: Biomechanics 

1-3

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Academic Affairs
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Academic Administration
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Academic Affairs
(386) 763-2760 

Katie Pohlman headshotKatie Pohlman, D.C., M.S.
2006 D.C. Graduate
2010 M.S. Graduate

“Since completing this program (Master of Science in Clinical Research), I have come to realize the importance of research in health care and have therefore decided to focus my career on chiropractic research. This program allowed me to secure a position in chiropractic research and focus on my career goals fulltime.” 

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