Why Medical Device Regulatory Affairs?
The Graduate Certificate in Medical Devices Regulatory Affairs provides an in-depth knowledge of the regulations and standards, global applications, and social impact of the medical device industry.
The Graduate Certificate in Medical Devices Regulatory Affairs online program presents an in-depth review of regulations relating to the development of medical devices, including those products not specifically regulated by federal law. Working and collaborating online, students will conduct a practical, in-depth analysis on how emerging developments and trends are reshaping the regulation of medical devices in the U.S., as well as reviewing global markets and regulations. This graduate program also examines related legal issues such as intellectual property, patents, and licensing, and considers the social and financial impact of the medical devices industry on the aging population.
- Online program provides flexibility and freedom to working professionals
- Choose from elective courses that cover a broad range of practical and relevant issues in the field
- Courses from this certificate can be applied toward the Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices
What you'll study
Complete the appropriate number of electives to obtain minimum quarter hours required for the program:
This program requires successful completion of a minimum of 16 credit hours that meet the degree requirements.