Regulatory Science

Graduate Certificate

Loading...

Top 1%

of All Higher-Ed Institutions

- Center for World University Rankings, 2020

#1University in Arizona

- U.S. News & World Report, 2021

Quick Facts

Credits Required: 13
Cost Per Credit: $650

College of Law

Program Details

This interprofessional graduate certificate – designed by industry leaders in regulatory science alongside experts at the University of Arizona in law and the health sciences – provides the tools and information for graduates to advance their careers or transition into the regulatory science field or a related discipline.

Students will receive specialized training in how to accelerate the development of medical products through greater understanding of the ethics, policies, and regulations governing regulatory science in the United States and abroad.  They will also have the opportunity to take a unique colloquium course that hosts internationally renowned speakers with the goal of introducing students both to the breadth of topics in regulatory science and to industry leaders.

This program consists of 13 credits (four courses at 3 credits each, plus the 1-credit colloquium). The certificate can be completed in 12 months, and all credits may be applied to the Master of Legal Studies.

For more detailed information visit law.arizona.edu/health-law-certificates or email law-health@email.arizona.edu.

*Residents of some U.S. Territories may not be eligible. Please see our Eligibility & State Authorization page for more information.

Courses

The curriculum for this program includes:

LAW 576A: Drug Discovery, Development, and in the Market
LAW 577A: Development and Innovation: Biologics, Devices, and Diagnostics
LAW 598A: Regulatory Science Case Study Project
Wildcat family statue on campus