Online Regulatory Affairs Graduate Degrees

 

Program Highlights

  • 100% online—no visits to campus or on-site residencies required
  • Developed in collaboration with Regulatory Affairs professionals employed at the FDA and NIH
  • Learn to manage regulatory aspects throughout the product lifecycle

 

MSHS in Regulatory Affairs
Total Credits: 36
Program Completion: 24 months

The online MSHS in Regulatory Affairs program focuses on regulatory strategy, compliance, legal and ethical issues. Examine and develop processes for product development while balancing business demands and regulatory standards. This 100% online program prepares you to manage the key elements of the regulatory process while helping drive patient-centered innovation in health care.

 

Graduate Certificate in Regulatory Affairs
Total Credits: 18
Program Completion: 24 months

The online Graduate Certificate in Regulatory Affairs program integrates global regulatory strategy across the curriculum to equip graduates as business leaders in regulatory strategy locally and abroad. Upon completion of the graduate certificate, students have the opportunity to transfer all 18 credits into the MSHS in Regulatory Affairs program.

 

Dual Degree: BSHS in Clinical Research Administration/MSHS in Regulatory Affairs
Total credit hours: 120
Program completion: 3-4 years

Our multi-level, dual-degree learning option provides you a seamless way to earn your BSHS in Clinical Research Administration and an MSHS in Regulatory Affairs through an accelerated format, allowing you to earn your BSHS and MSHS in less time by combining the work toward both degrees.

 

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“The Regulatory Affairs program at GW has helped me understand the regulatory system and regulatory policy in the United States, and the knowledge I gained at a U.S. University has accelerated my daily work. With the help of feedback from instructors throughout the program, I learned how to think strategically and logically.”
- MSHS in Regulatory Affairs Alumnus