AAPS’ Professional Regulatory Affairs Post-Graduate Diploma Program provides a comprehensive background and training required of regulatory affairs professionals to address domestic and international regulatory statutes and laws.
The AAPS Regulatory Affairs program includes courses on; International, Health Canada, and FDA’s laws, regulations, and Guidelines, investigational and marketing applications, technical writing, negotiation skills, development of New Drug Application (NDA) submissions, labeling and drug Information, Electronic Common Technical Documents (eCTD), Notice of Compliance (NOC), Good Clinical Practices (GCPs), requirements for ongoing post-marketing surveillance and post-marketing changes, communication and management skills essential for the successful regulatory affairs professional in an industry work environment.
Graduates of the Professional Regulatory Affairs Post-Graduate Diploma Program may work for pharmaceutical, biotechnological, medical device or natural health product companies. Trained and qualified RA professionals are in demand for pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and natural health product companies as they are needed to navigate the intricacies of regulatory submissions for new products.
Note: Some career and education options may require advanced degrees, further training or experience.
RA professionals are employed in industry, government and academia and are involved with a wide range of products, including:
Graduates will receive a Post-Graduate Diploma on Professional Regulatory Affairs that is approved by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.