The certificate and M.S. programs provides graduate level education in the important aspects of regulatory and quality compliance in the pharmaceutical industry. Students must complete three classes (9 semester credit hours) to obtain the certificate. If taken in successive semesters (fall, spring, summer), the program can be completed in one year. Individuals who successfully complete the certificate program may have the option to apply these 9 credit hours toward a Master's degree in regulatory and compliance. The master's degree program consists of ten courses (3 semester credit hours each) and a special project (6 semester credit hours).
Purdue University is an accredited member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
International Student Requirements:
Minimum overall TOEFL iBT score of 77 if English is not the student's native language