- One semester of Biochemistry AND one semester of Cell Biology at the undergraduate or graduate level OR 410.303 Foundations of Bioscience (available to students admitted provisionally only)
- 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
10-Course Graduate Program:
Core courses (Six):
It is recommended that the required core courses be taken in the following order, if possible.
- 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–taken at any point before the Practicum
- 410.679 Practicum in Regulatory Science –taken at the end of the program after all cores have been completed and as the 9th or 10th course.
Students may choose any three electives from the Advanced Biotechnology Studies program (including advanced science or regulatory courses) for which they have met the prerequisites or have received permission from the program committee. See Course Descriptions for a list of courses.
Applicants and students with extensive experience or relevant coursework may request a waiver for a core required course. If the waiver is granted, students must replace the course with an elective course. Please include the request in your application.
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Note: Students should be aware of state-specific information for online programs. For more information, please contact an admissions representative.
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