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

earch, ethics, quality systems, quantitative methods and statistics, leadership, and project management in the regulatory field.

The transdisciplinary program is designed for scientists, nurses, physicians, pharmacists, and other health and quality assurance professionals, among others, who want to work in or advance their career in Regulatory Science.

The FDA/CDER Academic Collaboration Program is fully funding up to 10 students, or half of the first cohort, which starts fall semester in August 2010. Students selected for this program will be full-time students at ASU as well as active duty officers in the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service. Those selected will receive tuition, housing allowance, and a competitive salary with active duty benefits while in training. In return, the Academic Collaboration students must agree to work for FDA/CDER for two years for each year of paid tuition as a Commissioned Corps officer. The program also will recruit non FDA-funded students who may seek employment with a regulatory agency or with regulated industry upon completion of the degree.

The College of Nursing & Health Innovation is listed in the top 8 percent of graduate colleges of nursing in the nation according to current U.S. News & World Report Rankings. It takes an integrated approach to education and includes nursing, nutrition as well as exercise and wellness programs in addition to innovative healthcare offerings.

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