Master of Science in Pharmacy - Pharmaceutical Regulatory Compliance (INTL)
The University of Florida’s Master of Science in Pharmacy, focusing on Pharmaceutical Regulatory Compliance (INTL), is tailored specifically for international resident students. The M.S. in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Compliance is delivered through the university’s internationally esteemed College of Pharmacy, and administered under the Department of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy. This program’s distance learning delivery was designed with working international professionals in mind who wouldn’t normally have the freedom to pursue a traditional graduate degree on-campus due to family, location, or work commitments.
This program’s challenging curriculum is designed to create a league of international professionals who understand the policy and regulatory context of medication use, and who can use their understanding of this subject to advocate for policy and regulatory changes that promote good outcomes for drug therapy. Policy and regulation can be used as extremely positive tools in the improvement of patient care, and those who understand how to mold and change policy and regulation can have a significant impact and add substantial value to patient care. This track provides international students with the expertise and credentials to serve as regulatory compliance officers. The curriculum of the international Pharmaceutical Regulatory Compliance track consists of 30 credits. Some of the courses that students will take through this course of study span topics such as Regulation of Clinical Research, Pharmaceutical Fraud and Abuse, Federal Regulation of Drugs and Pharmacy, and Pharmaceutical Crimes: Practice and Procedure.
To be considered for admission to the International Program, applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree or higher in any academic discipline with a 3.0 or better GPA in upper division coursework and suitable GRE and TOEFL scores.
Regionally-proctored comprehensive final exam.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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