The biomedical industry has grown rapidly, and this has fueled a large—and largely unmet—demand for regulatory professionals, both nationally and internationally. To address that need, the University of Southern California’s Regulatory Science Program offers Master’s, Certificate and Doctoral programs in Los Angeles and by distance. Full and part-time students can expand their knowledge of regulatory affairs, clinical research and quality systems through our academic programs.
We invite postdocs utilizing their Tuition Remission benefit to take individual courses without admission in a certificate or degree program. Check out this sample course plan (towards a Certificate), it can be adjusted to suit your goals.
Regulatory Science graduates are employed in industry, government, consulting and academia and they include leaders in a profession designed to meet industry and governmental challenges in speeding up the delivery of medical advances to the people who need them, while ensuring that safety standards are met.
Your classmates include recent college graduates as well as people who have worked in the industry for some time. The opportunity to get to know people who have experience in this field provides students with a unique chance for networking. Similarly, each class has a lead instructor and guest speakers from the industry. These speakers also share their expertise in regulatory science and can serve as a resource for our students.
Classes are almost all held on weekends in order to accommodate working professionals, and you will be required to attend your classes onsite at the address in my signature line. Your course materials, breakfast and lunch are included.
For more info on the program, please check out their webinar.