Announcement:

  • Enrollment Deadlines US based students. Fall = Sept. 1st; Spring = Dec. 1st; Summer = April 1st
  • Enrollment Deadlines for international students not in the US. Fall = May 15th
  • All programs are open to students locally and nationally via Adobe Connect.
  • Now accepting applications for Full and Part Time Graduate Programs
    • The RAS Part Time Program starts in Fall or Spring.  The RAS Part Time Program is designed for working professionals and focuses on FDA and international regulation of medical devices.
    • The RAS Full Time Program starts in September. The RAS Full Time Program is designed for national and international students who commit to full time study and a part-time internship in year two of the program.
    • See the Programs page for details and Apply now.
  • RAS Graduate Certificate Program.  Based on the successful RAS Program, the RAS Certificate Program is designed to be customized for a wide range of individuals to broaden regulatory knowledge and credentials. 
    • The Graduate Certificate Program starts in the Fall, Spring or Summer.  Students can start with an independent class application at the start of any semester.
    • Certificates are pursued by professionals that work with and in Medical Devices companies as a supplier, program manager, engineer, marketing professional, etc. 
    • Certificates are pursued by early and mid-career regulatory professionals to refresh and gain additional regulatory credentials. 
    • See the Programs page for details and Apply now.

Announcement: Association of Medical Diagnostics Manufacturers Scholarship

    • Accepting new applications starting July 1st

The Association of Medical Diagnostics Manufacturers (AMDM) is awarding scholarships to students in the Graduate Education in Regulatory Affairs and Services (RAS). AMDM is a nonprofit trade association that serves as an educational resource for regulatory submissions and other compliance issues to the in vitro diagnostic industry.

Two $5,000 scholarships will be awarded to students in the RAS Program, one to a new enrollee and one to a student who has completed at least 12 credits in the degree program. The scholarships will be awarded for the 2016-17 school year and cover the fall and spring semesters.

 

Regulatory Affairs as a Career in the Medical Device Industry

RAS courseThe demand for qualified regulatory professionals in the medical device industry has always been strong. And demand continues to grow, fueled by ever-evolving laws and regulations in the US and worldwide.

The Graduate Education Program in Regulatory Affairs and Services (RAS) focuses on medical devices and provides depth on FDA and international regulatory requirements and procedures for medical devices that other Programs cannot match. Courses are taught be industry experts and are applications oriented.RAS Program graduates are working in medical device companies, large and small, CROs and FDA.


Videos

Hear what Mark Duval a nationally recognized expert in Regulatory Affairs has to say about the RAS Program.

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Apply now for the Fall 2016 RAS student cohort. The RAS Program has broad applicability for the US medical device industry and applications are being accepted both locally and nationally. Remote students can connect synchronously to classes via Adobe Connect.


Is the RAS Program and a career in medical device regulatory affairs right for you? Click on the questions below for additional information.

Program Brochures

MS-RAS

 

Program Brochure (pdf)
Graduate Education in Regulatory Affairs and Services
The first in the country for medical devices

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Course Catalog (pdf)

Graduate Education in Regulatory Affairs and Services
The first in the country for medical devices

 

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University Catalog

https://catalog.stcloudstate.edu/catalog/viewcatalog.aspx

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