Founded in 2014, the Global Regulatory Affairs in Drug Development Graduate Certificate provides individuals a formal opportunity to further their knowledge in regulatory affairs.
Along with our Global Regulatory Affairs in Drug Development certificate, we offer a Masters in Pharmaceutical Sciences with emphasis on Pharmaceutics/Drug Development as well as the Clinical Trials Design & Research certificate. These three options are all online, asynchronous and available to part-time and full-time students.
All credits taken as part of this certificate may be subsequently applied toward the Masters in Drug Development Sciences.
The Global Regulatory Affairs in Drug Development certificate program is designed to provide biomedical students and professionals an opportunity to learn about the global regulatory framework within which all scientific activities and business strategies are pursued.
Students take this program to deepen their knowledge of the various aspects of regulatory in drug development.
Learn from a renowned group of full-time faculty members from the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy, College of Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and adjunct faculty from regional and national pharmaceutical industries and contract research organizations.
The College of Pharmacy faculty have a strong track record of research and mentoring in drug development research (molecular pharmacology, biomarkers, pharmacokinetics, drug safety (including mechanistic bases for drug-drug interactions/adverse drug reactions), and formulation of novel drugs.
The Global Regulatory Affairs in Drug Development Graduate Certificate is typically completed in 2 semesters or less than 1 year based on taking 2 courses per semester, which is the average pace.
For the Global Regulatory Affairs Drug Development Graduate Certificate, a grade-point average (GPA) of at least 3.00 or foreign equivalent is recommended.
Please visit the Admissions Requirements page for more information.
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