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 Research Administration 

Stack's research administration courses are designed to bridge the gap in open research administration positions with a rich diversity of talent; equip newcomers to research administration with the essential skills and insights for enhanced productivity; and provide your current team with ongoing, targeted training.
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12-weeks of live, online synchronous content. 

Our curriculum has been refined and designed to ensure it aligns with best practices of industry standards. This commitment to quality is brought to life by our dedicated instructors, their diverse backgrounds, and deep-seated expertise in this field. Each class is infused with cutting-edge insights and practical knowledge that is both relevant and transformative.
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The Stack Way 

Our interactive course includes 72 hours of live instruction over 12-weeks. Other inclusions:

  • Access to our Learning Management System (LMS) 
  • Real-world scenarios and labs
  • TA Office Hours
  • Dedicated Stack Support
  • Real-time instructor feedback
  • On demand recorded lectures 


Frequently Asked Questions

Who on my staff is a right fit for this course?

Anyone in an entry level admin role at your organization.

For example: 

CRA, CRC, Patient Administration, Resource Coordinators, Grants Management, Patient Administrative Coordinator, Administrative Associate, Staff Accountant, IRB Analyst

What kind of skills should the employee already have?

Our course is designed to teach the fundamentals of research administration. Successful participants should show up to the class being naturally curious about research administration, finance, project management and clinical research.  Other great skills and attributes are: 

  • Basic Excel

  • Attention to detail

  • Project management 

  • Ability to multitask

  • Problem solving

  • Managing stakeholders

  • Professional demeanor

  • Individual contributor

  • Team work

  • Adaptability

  • Growth / Analytical mindset

What is the outcome for the employee?

Upon successful completion of the program, participants are considered qualified for hire for entry-level research administrators  or adjacent  research coordinator roles. The goal is they will transition into a new role when positions become available.