Nov 17, 2018  
USC Catalogue 2018-2019 
    
USC Catalogue 2018-2019

Regulatory Management (MS)


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Regulatory management relates to the leadership of teams involved in the regulatory and legal requirements of biomedical product development to the scientific study needed to establish product safety and efficacy. The Master of Science in Regulatory Management program is designed to provide post-doctoral scientists with the knowledge and skills necessary to become leaders in regulatory and clinical research. A Masters of Science in Regulatory Management will be granted upon completion of at least 24 units of formal course work. Degree requirements include courses concerned with the regulatory aspects of medical product development, quality assurance, clinical research and business. Students should develop a specific plan of study in consultation with the graduate advisers before beginning the program.

Course Work


Students may select courses from areas within the regulatory science program, including from regulatory science, quality management, and clinical development, including that of business, human resource management, and project management. Suggested course options include but are not limited to the following:

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