The University of Washington's Biomedical Regulatory Affairs Master of Science program, offered by the UW School of Pharmacy
in partnership with UW Professional & Continuing Education
, addresses a growing need for well-trained professionals in the regulatory field. The degree will serve those who wish to advance their careers in the medical products industry or those entering the field from related areas.
The program comprises 45 credits through 11 courses that are offered over two years or six consecutive academic quarters. A class is admitted each year and this cohort proceeds through the program's courses together. Courses are offered in the evening hours on the University of Washington campus in Seattle and in other Seattle locations accessible to working adults. Included in the 45 credits is a 9 credit practicum which augments the classroom based courses and provides focused, in-depth learning opportunities and the on-the-job experience that is especially important for those entering the field.
The curriculum bridges theory with practice, drawing on the expertise of faculty and resources from the UW as well as professionals from the medical products industry in the Northwest. The program's schedule allows you to earn a master's degree within two years.