Education and Training

MS Degree and Certificate in Regulatory Affairs

SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY

Booth: TT-7

Established in 1999, the Center for Regulatory Science at San Diego State University provides online education to promote professional excellence and career opportunities for professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those considering making a career change into these fields. The Master's degree program provides a comprehensive background in the laws, regulations, and good manufacturing processes mandated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and its international counterparts. Courses are delivered fully online as nine-week special sessions, and designed to afford students a high degree of flexibility in integrating their studies with work and other commitments. Minimum completion time for the degree is 1.5 years; total cost is $35,150 excluding textbooks. The Advanced Certificate in Regulatory Affairs is a four-course subset of the Master's Degree Program that provides foundational knowledge in the regulatory field. All four courses are transferable to the Master’s Degree. Minimum completion time for the Certificate is 5 months; total cost is $11,400.


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