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ASU Nursing and Health Launches Regulatory Science and Health Safety Master's Program
Date:5/19/2010

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"Working collaboratively with academia, industry and other partners is key in advancing regulatory science," said Capt. Greg Wood, Director of the CDER Academic Collaboration Program. "In the development of the Master of Science in Regulatory Science and Health Safety program curriculum, we were pleased that input from the FDA/CDER/CACP was strongly considered and incorporated by ASU and the college. This program will provide valuable knowledge and experience in preparing students to work in settings such as the FDA, regulated industry and beyond."

Program Overview

The Master of Science in Regulatory Science and Health Safety (RSHS) is designed as a full time in-classroom degree that will be completed over two years. The purpose of the MS degree is to prepare students for careers in the field of Regulatory Affairs with an emphasis on safety, risk management, partnership development and leadership. The program also builds and strengthens communication skills such as creating, delivering and defending presentations and learning regulatory writing techniques.

Core courses for the new RSHS program are primarily offered by ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation, including courses from the Master of Healthcare Innovation and Master of Clinical Research Management programs. Other courses are housed in the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. FDA/CDER staff will serve as adjunct faculty and special guest speakers for the program. Dr. Sandra Shire, a dentist and former FDA employee, has been named as the program's first director.

The RSHS degree uses a multidisciplinary approach to meet the needs of regulating bodies and the regulated industry. It encompasses coursework in clinical res
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