Program Access FAQs

There are three programs that focus on mentored research experience coupled with program curricula and activities:

Yes, the Clinical and Translational Science Center administers three graduate level programs in clinical and translational research:

Yes, usually, if the following criteria are met:

For course participation:

  • Trainees must meet the prerequisites for the course.
  • Prior approval from course instructor is required as some courses have space limitations.

Course fees must be paid by trainee or trainee’s department through one of two ways:

  • Registering and paying for the course(s) through the UC Davis Extension Open Campus Program (UC Davis employees get a 20% discount).
  • Registering through the regular campus course registration system if you are enrolled in a UC Davis graduate program.

For program activities such as Monthly Scholar Research presentations or Works in-Progress meetings:

  • Prior approval from the faculty program director(s) is required.

Course fees are as follows:

  • For graduate students enrolled in the Masters in Clinical Research program - $481/unit.
  • For graduate students enrolled in other UC Davis graduate programs – included in quarter tuition fees.
  • For scholars not enrolled in a degree program - $300/unit through Open Campus; (UC Davis employees are eligible for a 20% discount).

Yes! Before you submit your grant, please contact the CTSC Translational Research Education and Development program for help in identifying the appropriate offerings for your proposed program.

Please contact the CTSC Translational Research Education and Development program for more information.

Mentored research training programs are open only to UC Davis affiliates. Non-UC Davis affiliates may apply to degree and certificate programs.

View other UC Davis Extension Certificate Programs:

Yes! The CTSC FUTURE Career Skills and Exploration program is designed for Ph.D. graduate students and postdocs. For more information visit the FUTURE web page.