|Degree:||Master of Science (MSc)|
|Study modes:||full-time, part-time|
The programme enables existing regulatory affairs personnel in the pharmaceutical regulatory industry to understand all current diagnostic and medical device regulations and develop the necessary skills to work successfully in the dynamic world of regulatory affairs. The programme will also enable the graduate to develop a set of transferable skills to directly meet the requirements of a broad range of future employers including information technology, written and verbal communication skills, team working, independent research skills, data analysis and critical thinking. Teaching will involve traditional lectures supported and complemented by a managed learning environment incorporating elearning, discussion boards, and moderated online debates.
On completion of this programme, students should be able to:
The primary objective of this Masters is to enable learners to expand their job responsibilities and opportunities in new areas after completing the course. It will also enable learners to create an excellent network within the pharmaceutical industry, both by meeting other regulatory professionals during the course and by interacting with industry experts while completing their dissertation research.