The Global Regulatory Affairs in Drug Development Graduate Certificate program is designed for students working in the scientific and regulatory and business aspects of drug development.
Students who have earned at least an undergraduate degree in chemistry, biology, engineering, or related disciplines from an accredited institution are eligible to apply for admission to the certificate program. Applicants with a completed professional degree such as a PharmD, MD, or DVM meet eligibility requirements.
University of Cincinnati graduate school online application.
Two letters of reference are required.
References should come from individuals who can attest to your academic and professional skills. Letters of recommendation from family, friends, current students, politicians, or clergy are not accepted.
A professional and current resume.
Provide a few paragraphs on why you plan to pursue this program and how you plan to use this degree in the future.
All college transcripts with evidence of high academic achievement.
Unofficial transcripts are sufficient to make offers of admission. However, all official and final transcripts must be received by the Graduate School by 30 days before the start of class enrollment to secure admission offer.
Official transcripts may be submitted with your application and sent to:
University of Cincinnati
110 Van Wormer Circle
Pox Office Box 00627
Cincinnati, Oho 45221-037
There is a $20.00 application fee.
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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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