M.Sc. is Master of Science- a post-graduate level degree course in the field of science. The specialization of Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs is related to the medicine course which deals with the medication-related devices, determinations of the safety and effectiveness of medications, diagnostic products and treatments, etc. Candidates get trained to become an excellent professional and get skilled for clinical research, medical writing, regulatory affairs, drug development and many more.
This course is not available through correspondence but there is some institute offering it in the part-time mode for professionals.
The duration of this course is 2 years in regular mode. These 2 years are divided into 4 equal parts known as semesters. Each semester is having 6 months duration. In case of the part-time mode of the course, the duration will vary and it is better to check the same from the selected institute.
Being a Post Graduate course, candidates holding a graduate degree from a reputed and registered institute are eligible for this course. The acceptable degrees are B.D.S., M.B.B.S., B.U.M.S., B.V.S.C., B.H.M.S. etc. Candidates holding the graduation degree in Allied Sciences like B.M.L.T., B.Sc. in MIT/ MLT/ HIA/ Pharma, etc are also eligible for this course.
Graduates in Science, Biotechnology, Zoology, etc can also apply for admissions in this course in some institutes.
The minimum required marks and age requirement vary from one institute to another and it is advised to check the same from the selected institute before submitting the application.
Admissions are done through entrance tests in most of the reputed institutes. They shortlist the deserving candidates on the basis of their performance in the same. There are some institutes which are offering admissions on merit basis in which the marks obtained in graduation get considered.
Further Study options
After completion of this course, candidates can pursue Ph.D. in clinical research. Apart from that other related course are also available like D.M. in clinical hematology/ neonatology/ Endocrinology, D.N.B. in General medicine, Family medicine and many more.
The course starts with fundamental of clinical research, the fundamental principle of pharmacy, pharmacology, drug action, etc. Then the candidates learn about strategic management and organizational changes in clinical research industries, clinical trail documents, clinical research methodology, design and analysis and epidemiology in clinical research.
These candidates can work in hospitals, private clinics, diagnostic labs, defense services, medical writing forms, etc. They can work as a medical writer, lecturer, clinical research associate and medical adviser as per their interest.
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