We offer six Graduate Certificates in Regulatory Science. These 12 unit programs each feature four to five courses and can be completed in two to four semesters, depending on the number of courses taken each term. These accredited offerings are designed to develop specialists for the high-demand field of medical product development. The program is structured especially for working professionals who wish to take one or two courses per term in convenient weekend or distance formats. Students can choose the certificate that is best suited to their interests and goals.
Students and alums of the Graduate Certificate program have access to all of the department’s career tools including professional development workshops, recruitment and career events. Our students and alums are in high demand by employers, and we distribute job postings from these recruiters regularly.
Students with a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university must apply for graduate study through the Regulatory Science program of the School of Pharmacy. GRE scores are not required for admission to the certificate program.
Students are expected to enroll each semester until the program is completed. Courses can be taken on site, by distance or as a blended combination. Students will confirm their specific coursework plan in consultation with their graduate advisors before beginning the program.