International Biopharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs, Graduate Certificate
To work in today’s global biopharmaceutical industry, there is a strong need to understand international regulations that impact the development, marketing, and manufacturing of pharmaceutical and biotechnology products.
The Graduate Certificate in Biopharmaceutical International Regulatory Affairs curriculum focuses on factors that facilitate the safety, performance, and efficacy of biomedical goods. Program training covers the assessment of international regulations and interpretation of their likely impact on a company’s global commercialization strategies. Through participation in the program, students will have an opportunity to gain an understanding of international regulatory requirements necessary to implement such strategies.
Course work covers biotechnology and pharmaceutical product approval processes, regulatory analysis, and liability laws as they exist across different regulatory systems. The graduate certificate will provide core regulatory knowledge to students entering into the field from bench research, clinical studies, quality control/assurance, pharmacy, bioengineering, business, and legal analysis. The curriculum covers regulatory environments in Europe, Latin America, Australia, Japan, and other emerging economies. Courses from this certificate may be applied toward the Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|RGA 6220||Global Biotechnology Product Registration: E.U., U.S. Product Regulation||5|
|RGA 6221||European Union Compliance Process and Regulatory Affairs||4|
|Complete two of the following:||8|
|Managing International Clinical Trials|
|European Medical Device Regulations|
|Introduction to Canadian, Asian, and Latin American Regulatory Affairs|
|Japanese Medical Device Regulations and Registration|
|Canadian and Australian Medical Device Regulations|
|Emerging Medical Device Markets|
|Strategic Planning and Project Management for Regulatory Affairs|
|Introduction to Safety Sciences|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
17 total quarter hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required