This web-based Certificate in Int'l Regulatory Sciences provides a core foundation for those who wish to gain an understanding of regulatory requirements. It covers regulations for Pharmaceutical, Biologic, Medical Device, and Animal Health products.
The University of Georgia’s College of Pharmacy offers graduate-level certificate programs in Regulatory Affairs, and a Master ‘s of Science degree in Pharmacy with an emphasis in Regulatory Affairs. A graduate certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management is also offered.
Degree Awarded: CERT
Degree Code: CERT_2IBR
These graduate education programs are online courses geared for Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Trials working professionals and designed to be taken on a part-time basis. Course work is delivered online primarily asynchronously from subject matter expert instructors from industry and
regulatory agencies ensuring content is current and relevant. Classes are designed to allow individual flexibility but yet provide a structure to progress student learning during the semester.
Regulatory Affairs professionals are employed in industry, government and academia, and provide a range of services related to the development, manufacturing and marketing of pharmaceuticals, medical devices, in vitro diagnostics, biologics, biotechnology, nutritional products, cosmetics, and veterinary products. Education and professional development are critical to the regulatory affairs professional, who must keep up-to-date with laws and
regulatory compliance requirements as well as maintain an understanding of the scientific and technical background of new products.
The Certificate and Master’s of Science programs require separate application processes and admission criteria. Please refer to the Program’s website for more information or call (678) 985-6809.
This program is administered from The University of Georgia Gwinnett campus in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
School/College: College of Pharmacy
Athens, GA 30602-2351
Academic Department: Regulatory Affairs Graduate Education Program
2530 Severe Rd.
Lawrenceville, GA 30043-4005
Graduate Coordinator: Michael Bartlett