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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN

REGULATORY SCIENCE ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Master of Science in Regulatory Science program gives students the educational foundation needed to work and excel as trained professionals in the regulatory science field. Our expert faculty include professionals in the federal government, industry and academia. Most of our students study online with some classes available at the Montgomery County, Maryland campus. The curriculum covers issues such as compliance with food and drug law, managing clinical development and testing of drugs and biologics,

PREREQUISITES

» An undergraduate degree in the life sciences or engineering from a four-year college with at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in the latter half of undergraduate studies

SIX CORE COURSES

It is recommended that the required core courses be taken in the following order: » 410.673 Biological Processes in Regulatory Affairs » 410.649 Introduction to Regulatory Affairs » 410.627 Translational Biotechnology: From Intellectual Property to Licensing » 410.683 Introduction to cGMP Compliance » 410.651 Clinical Development of Drugs and Biologics » 410.676 Food and Drug Law

the biological and manufacturing processes necessary to bring a product to market, and understanding the intricacies of intellectual property and licensing involved in the product development process. Students complete 10 courses for the degree: six core courses, three electives. As the final course in the program, students take a practicum where they look at real-world problems both from the FDA’s perspective and from industry’s perspective.

» 410.303 Bioscience for Regulatory Affairs OR one semester of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at the undergraduate or graduate level

Practicum Taken at the end of the program after all cores have been completed and as the 9th or 10th course. » 410.679 Practicum in Bioscience Regulatory Affairs (Open only to Students in MS RS)

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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Please visit regulatory.jhu.edu for a complete list of application requirements.

ELECTIVE COURSES

Students can customize their educational program by mixing and matching courses to meet their needs. Sample electives include: » International Regulatory Affairs » Validation in Biotechnology » Medical Device Regulation » Regulatory Strategies in Biopharma

» Current Topics in Regulatory Policy and Science

» Biomedical Software Regulation

FINANCIAL AID

Office of Student Financial Services can provide assistance with: » Understanding the eligibility for federal » For more information, please visit: student aid advanced.jhu.edu/finaid or email aapfinaid@jhu.edu » Determining your federal loan options » Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Thomas Colonna, Ph.D., JD Associate Director Regulatory Science and Food Safety Regulation Programs 302.292.8342 tcolonn1@jhu.edu CONTACT ADMISSIONS aapinfo@jhu.edu 202.452.1940 800.847.3330

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updated as of 2/2017

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Fact Sheet: MS in Regulatory Science  

Learn more about the Master of Science in Regulatory Science at Johns Hopkins University, Advanced Academic Programs.