The School of Medicine and Health Sciences offers a dual bachelor of science in health sciences with a major in clinical research administration and master of science in health sciences in leadership and strategy in regulatory affairs and clinical research administration degree program. The dual program allows students to take 9 graduate credits as part of their undergraduate program, thereby decreasing the number of credits normally required for the master's degree. Applicants must have a GPA of 3.3 or above on a 4.0 scale for all previous college-level coursework. All requirements for both degrees must be fulfilled.

Shared credits: 9

One undergraduate elective is waived for each of the following graduate courses taken during the undergraduate program:

COHM 6235Leadership Development in Healthcare Systems
RCR 6201Introduction to Global Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Research
RCR 6202Regulatory Strategy in the Development of Therapeutics