GS21 1733 Cancer Research Administration and Management, Post-Award
- Course Coordinator(s): Robert Bast and Samuel Shelburne
- Semester: Spring
- Frequency: Annually
- Credit Hours: 3
- Grading System: Letter Grade
Bast, Robert; Shelburne, Samuel. Three semester hours. Spring, annually. Grading System: Letter Grade. Prerequisites: GS21 1723: CRAM, Pre-Award, and Permission of instructor, must be enrolled/admitted to the CRAM certificate program.
This course is intended for students pursuing a career in Cancer Research Administration and for working professionals with aspirations of working as a research administrator in a research institution specializing in oncology, or the like. This course provides an overview of the post-award components of effective and compliant research administration. Elements of the curriculum include the principles of post-award research administration, fiscal management, regulatory compliance, and leadership with a specific emphasis on post-award management. This course is designed to benefit students who are preparing to sit for the National Certified Research Administrator® Licensing Exam.