Clinical Research Certificate Programs
How to Apply
- Applications for Autumn Quarter due August 1st
Current UW Graduate/Professional Students
Submit all of the items below by the application deadline to the
Epidemiology Program Office
, attn: Clinical Research
- Application for
- Goal Statement
- Current Curriculum Vitae
- Print and send your current (unofficial) UW transcript from MyUW
- Have your current UW department send the following:
a) copies of your previous transcripts
b) a copy of your previous UW Graduate or Professional School application
Non-UW Graduate/Professional Students
If you are not or will not be a UW graduate or professional degree student by the quarter you enter the certificate program, you must apply
as a Graduate Non-Matriculated Student (GNM). This involves two steps:
Step 1: Applying to the UW for GNM status:
- Apply to the UW for GNM status
- Apply to the Epidemiology Department for the Certificate Program
Apply on-line and complete your application for GNM status by August 1 for autumn entry.
Additional requirements for International Students
- Visit Graduate School Application and create a new Profile.
- Select "Graduate Non-Matriculated" and "Public Health-Epidemiology-MS(Clinical Research)".
- Upload your goal statement, CV, and scans of your transcripts, including coursework from UW..
Step 2: Applying to the Epidemiology Department for the Certificate Program:
***Note for GNM applicants***
- International applicants without a prior U.S. degree or US medical license must also provide official an acceptable TOEFL or IELTS
score by the deadline to institution code 4854 (no department code needed).
- An international applicant must hold a visa that allows him/her to take university coursework. A student visa cannot be provided for
A GNM student will lose his/her GNM status through any of the following:
- not registering for the quarter admitted
- not registering for 4 consecutive quarters (i.e., you can be unregistered for up to 3 quarters in a row, but after the 4th
consecutive quarter of not being registered, you will lose your GNM status)
- for students using the Faculty/Staff Tuition Exemption, not
registering for any academic quarter
If a student loses his/her GNM status, s/he must re-apply for GNM status through the Graduate School (see Step 1 above).
July 9, 2012