Master of Science in Regulatory Science (MSRS)

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The MSRS degree requires 12 credit units including coursework and a thesis.


Structure of Curriculum

Required Core (4)

  • REG 600 — Intro Biostats
  • REG 602 — Proposal Development
  • REG 604 — Scientific & Ethical Conduct
  • REG 610 — Fundamentals of FDA Regulation

Regulatory Core (2)

  • REG 611 — Clinical Study Management
  • REG 612 — Intro Drug Development
  • REG 630 — Clinical Trials
  • REG 614 — Biopharmaceutical Development, Manufacturing and Regulatory Affairs
  • REG 615 — Post-Approval Maintenance of Drugs, Devices, and Biologics

Thesis (2)

  • REG 641 — Thesis I
  • REG 642 — Thesis II

Electives (4)

For Example:

  • REG 621 — Cell and Gene Therapy
  • REG 623 — Fundamentals of Pharmacology
  • REG 590 — Toxicology
  • MTR 601 — Review Writing
  • MTR 603 — Disease Measurement
  • MTR 605 — Data Manuscript Writing
  • MTR 606 — Grantmanship
  • MTR 999 — Lab (up to 2 c.u., including internship option)

 


 

Course Plan

Core Courses:

  • REG 610 — Fundamentals of FDA Regulation
  • REG 600 — Introductory Biostatistics
  • REG 602 — Proposal Development
  • REG 604 — Scientific and Ethical Conduct

Regulatory Core (Choose 2):

  • REG 611 — Clinical Study Management
  • REG 612 — Introduction to Drug Development
  • REG 630 — Clinical Trials
  • REG 614 — Biopharmaceutical Development, Manufacturing and Regulatory Affairs
  • REG 615 — Post-Approval Maintenance of Drugs, Devices, and Biologics

Thesis:

  • REG 641 — Thesis I
  • REG 642 — Thesis II

Electives (Choose 4):

  • REG 621 — Cell & Gene Therapy
  • REG 622 — New Trends in Medicine and Vaccine Discovery
  • REG 623 — Fundamentals of Pharmacology
  • REG 590 — Toxicology
  • MTR 601 — Review Writing
  • MTR 603 — Disease Measurement
  • MTR 605 — Data Manuscript Writing
  • MTR 606 — Grantsmanship
  • MTR 999 — Lab

Disclaimer

Please note that policies concerning admissions, curriculum, funding and financial aid are subject to change. Additionally, though variations in the curriculum may be possible, any changes will need prior approval and may have financial implications. This website is meant to provide preliminary general overview information only. Students interested in or enrolled in the program should seek personal advising from relevant faculty and staff.