Animal Health Regulatory Affairs Graduate Certificate

Animal Health Regulatory Affairs Graduate Certificate

Confidently manage multimillion dollar animal health products as you navigate federal agencies, compliance laws and communications across internal and external units throughout product development to market release and beyond.

Certificate Webinar | Dec. 8
Join us at noon on Wednesday, Dec. 8, for a 30-minute in-depth look at this certificate program. Questions are welcome.

$428.90 per credit hour*
15 credit hours
Earn with your degree

*This estimate is for illustrative purposes only. Your hours and costs will differ depending on your transfer hours, course choices and your academic progress.

 

Regulatory affairs is a critical component of the growing animal health industry. The 15 credit hour Regulatory Affairs graduate certificate is based on industry input and exclusively tailored to the animal health industry. It provides a series of courses and experiences that will help equip animal health professionals with the tools and knowledge needed to navigate governmental processes and regulations.

 

Certificate Overview

Learn a bit about this program and how to apply.

 

"There is a continuous demand for highly educated professionals who specialize in regulatory affairs. That demand for talent won't ever slow down. If anything, the need is increasing as the industry continues to discover new pharmaceuticals, therapeutics and products that improve animal health."

Bill Zollers, vice president for regulatory affairs for North America at Norbrook Inc.

 

 

Please note that graduate students must be seeking a degree to qualify for federal financial aid loans.

 

Alumni Profile

Deanna H."Before I joined the program I had very little regulatory affairs experience. This program has made it easy to differentiate between the major regulatory agencies and their methodologies and requirements. I feel very familiar and comfortable with this field now and I feel confident that I would excel in any job surrounding the regulatory field."

— Deanna H.

See what else Deanna has to say about the program.