Clinical Data Managers

Apply knowledge of health care and database management to analyze clinical data, and to identify and report trends.

Clinical data managers use database management skills to discover and interpret trends in clinical health data. Primarily employed in the healthcare industry, clinical data managers are highly in demand, especially in North Carolina, with job openings set to trend upward through 2020.

A glance at the many statistician jobs currently available at both the national and local levels reveals a career path rich with opportunity.

If you are interested in a career in clinical data management, NC State, with one of the nation’s oldest and most respected statistics programs, can help. Most clinical data management jobs require a four-year bachelor’s degree, and you can earn one in Statistics on our campus in Raleigh. Then, if you wish to go further, you can earn your master’s in statistics or one of three supplementary certificates online.

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