The science-driven Regulatory Science degree and non-degree programs are focused on drug and biologics product development and regulation, including aspects of diagnostics, devices, nutritional products, and worldwide regulatory principles.
The program utilizes asynchronous (i.e. pre-recorded) lectures, web conferencing, and online active-learning instructions. In addition to virtual learning students will have the ability to interact with faculty, peers, and their personal industrial regulatory scientist mentor.
Individuals who wish to participate in M-CERSI educational opportunities at the University of Maryland on a per-course basis should complete the application for Advanced Special Student status with the University of Maryland Graduate School.
The Common Web Application (CWA) and $75 application fee will be required. The Application Supplemental Form (ASF) is NOT required for Advanced Special Students. Visit the Graduate School website for instructions and to begin the application process.