The Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs degree program will provide a comprehensive background in regulatory science with the additional training and experience required … More about MS Program about MSRA Program Description
Chemist Transitions to Career in Regulatory Affairs with Help of SDSU Master’s Degree By Suzana Norberg March 16, 2018 Educated in Europe — Germany, the UK, and Switzerland — Nicole Hilgraf came to the United States in 2001 with a Ph.D. in … Continue Reading…
Graduate Enhances 'Dream Job' with Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs from SDSU By Suzana Norberg December 7, 2017 As a project manager for a medical device manufacturer, Saundra McKinley manages multiple projects to comply with requirements … Continue Reading…
Graduate of SDSU’s Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs Now Finds ‘Common ground with colleagues in all aspects of drug development’ By Suzana Norberg December 7, 2017 From biochemistry major at Berkeley, to Harvard Medical School graduate, to … Continue Reading…
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Advanced Certificate in RA
The Advanced Certificate in Regulatory Affairs is a four-course subset of the Masters Degree Program that provides foundational knowledge in the regulatory field. All four … More about RA Certificate about Advanced Certificate in Regulatory Affairs
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About the Regulatory Science Program at SDSU
Established in 1999, the Center for Regulatory Science at San Diego State University has provided online education to promote professional excellence and career opportunities for professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those considering making a career change into these fields.
Regulatory science professionals are in demand, with annual average salaries of $117,000.
Students in our WASC-accredited fully online Masters Degree and Certificate Programs build a foundation of knowledge focused on current laws, regulations, and good manufacturing processes mandated by U.S. and international regulatory agencies.
All Regulatory Science courses are available online as nine-week sessions and designed to provide students a high degree of flexibility in balancing their studies with professional responsibilities and other commitments. For personal advising, contact the Regulatory Science program at 619-594-6030.
GRE no longer required for admission! More info…
See recent news story about salary increases in the regulatory affairs profession, where total compensation ranges from $101,294 for specialists to $355,575 for vice presidents.
Note that the Fall ’23 deadline to apply for the Regulatory Affairs certificate and MS degree programs is July 1st. More info…
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