Clinical&Translational Science (CTS)

Courses

CTS 200. Introduction to CTS I. 3 Credits.

Teaches the principles of human subjects research for those pursuing a path as research assistants or coordinators.

CTS 201. Introduction to CTS II. 3 Credits.

Teaches the principles of human subjects research for those pursuing a path as research assistants or coordinators. Prerequisite: CTS 200.

CTS 271. Intro Biomedical Informatics. 3 Credits.

This survey course provides an overview of the field of biomedical informatics covering relevant topics in computer science, healthcare, biology, and social science.

CTS 272. Applied Biomedical Informatics. 3 Credits.

Pragmatic coverage of topics/resources relevant to biomedical informatics. Computing skills include Unix, programming, and databases; examples will involve clinical, biomedical, and public health data.

CTS 275. Informatics Practicum. 3-12 Credits.

Practicum experience with an informatics research or service project. Prerequisite: At least one of CTS 271, CTS 272, MMG 231, MMG 232, CS 231, or CS 232.

CTS 295. Special Topics. 1-18 Credits.

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