MS in Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy (RAHP) Program
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers a Master's in Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy Program. This program is offered to those who have already completed their bachelor’s degree and are interested in working in product management and quality control for the government or drug industry.
Through this program, students will obtain training in the regulation of drugs, devices and biologics, law, marketing and health policy. The educated faculty in the program has even written two books about regulatory affairs. The full program can be completed in less than two years.
Students who have completed the program will have the opportunity to learn from well-educated and experienced faculty members in small classrooms dedicated to the students. Executives, who have the knowledge in subjects such as drugs, devices and biologics and health care policy, teach lessons. Students will have the opportunity to join a substantial network of alumni who work in industry government, and world-renowned health care organizations. Students will also have access to cutting edge information using the library resources.
With the Master of Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy Program, students have the ability to choose between a thesis or non-thesis route. The non-thesis option will have students conduct a research project in their area of interest. At the end of the course students will create and present an abstract paper.
The Masters in Regulatory Affairs and Health Policy Program designed for students who are interested in regulatory affairs, product management, marketing, quality assurance and control, and manufacturing. Career options for those who have completed the program include work in the federal or state regulatory agencies, clinical research organizations, managed care, and other health related areas.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Students must complete all application requirements and a recommendation forms.
Accreditation & Licensing
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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