At the University of Georgia, The Masters of Science for Regulatory Affairs Program is designed for students who are looking to develop a career in regulatory affairs or advance their existing profession. The program will cover regulatory requirements for Medical Devices, Biologics, Veterinary Products, Pharmaceuticals, International Regulations, and Combination Products. Specialized knowledge and skills are valuable in this field that focuses on complex regulatory policies and procedures.
A total of 38-39 credit hours will be required for successful completion. The required courses for this program include Intro to Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology & Device Industries, Food & Drug Law, Current Good Manufacturing Practices, Ethics in Research, and Quality Control & Quality Assurance. Students will also be able to choose their own elective courses. A degree will not be awarded to students who finish the course with a GPA of less than 3.0.
After successfully completing this course, students may apply their learned knowledge to careers such as established pharmaceutical companies, established medical device companies, quality control & assurance, research & development, and regulatory affairs.
To apply to this program, students must have a bachelor’s degree of higher, a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, and GRE scores.
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