The College of Pharmacy’s Master of Science in Pharmacy, BioPharma Regulatory Affairs and the related Graduate Certificate have been renamed International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences to more accurately reflect the nature of the program and current industry practices. The degree is still a Master of Science in Pharmacy, but the name of the concentration has changed, emphasizing the international regulatory focus of its curriculum.
Specialized and convenient education is crucial for busy professionals to gain and maintain an understanding of the scientific and technical background of new or existing products including regulations for pharmacy compounding and international regulations. With this in mind, these online programs teach a variety of graduate-level topics that prepare students for succeed in the regulatory industry.
The online Master of Science in Pharmacy, International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences is perfect for those with a clear objective to cultivate a career in regulatory affairs and those with an industry background desiring advanced education in regulatory management. The Graduate Certificate in International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences provides a foundational core that will round out your experiences in regulatory affairs or prepare you to transition into the high demand field of regulatory sciences.
Professor and Director of the College of Pharmacy BS Program, Michael Bartlett, says, "the International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences program is the most comprehensive program of its kind in the country. No program covers the range of products (medical devices, animal health products, vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, stem cell therapies and pharmaceuticals) that our programs does. This is important because regulatory professionals often work for companies that have products in one or more of these categories and it is important to understand the differences in the statutes that apply to each product class. In addition, no program covers the regulatory agencies outside of the United States. "
This November, the Office of International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences and the FDA co-sponsor the Medical Device Regulations Conference which is held annually to provide educational and networking opportunities to help shape the future of medical device advancement from a regulatory science perspective.
Learn more about the Master of Science in Pharmacy, International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences, as well as its courses and prerequisites. Or, learn more about the Graduate Certificate in International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences, as well as its courses and prerequisites.