Master of Science Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs

  • Master of Science Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs
  • CWL11 (Carlow)
  • 90 credits
  • 9
  • 2 year part-time
  • TBC
  • Overview
  • Subjects
  • Entry Requirements
  • PAC CODES & Fees
  • How to apply
  • Contact us

Overview

The programme enables existing regulatory affairs personnel in the pharmaceutical regulatory industry to understand all current diagnostic and medical device regulations and develop the necessary skills to work successfully in the dynamic world of regulatory affairs.
NOTE: Specific modules may be subject to amendment after our 2021 programmatic review.

Subjects

Lifecycle Management, Vigilance, Surveillance and Risk management
Pharmaceutical Technology Regulatory Affairs
Non Clinical and Clinical Evaluation of Pharmaceutical Technologies
Principles of Discovery of medicines and Development Planning
Research methods and Technical Report Writing
Special Populations and Biologicals and Advanced Therapies
Dissertation

Special Features of this programme
The primary objective of this Masters is to enable learners to expand their job responsibilities and opportunities in new areas after completing the programme. It will also enable learners to create an excellent network within the pharmaceutical industry, both by meeting other regulatory professionals during the programme and by interacting with industry experts while completing their dissertation research.

Entry Requirements

A second-class honours degree in science, engineering, quality, pharmaceutical or regulatory affairs or cognate areas. Those failing to meet the classification requirement may be eligible for entry to the Postgraduate Diploma.
Candidates with significant experience in: pharmaceutical operations, quality engineering, device design, mid to senior management in industry, other professionals who wish to upskill in the regulatory affairs environment, regulatory affairs personnel themselves who want to upskill (as determined by the Institute’s recognition of prior learning policy), in addition to an honours primary degree in another discipline area may also be considered for entry.

PAC Codes & Fees

Programme Code Programme Title Campus Location Schedule Fees Closing date for applications
CWS03 Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Carlow Full-time €7,400* ** Details available on the Admissions-Postgraduate pages
CWL11 Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Carlow Part-time €7,400*  
CWS04 Postgraduate Diploma in Science in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Carlow Full-time €5,500**  
CWL12 Postgraduate Diploma in Science in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Carlow Part-time €5,500  
  * Fees for our University Major Award graduates only €5,500

** SUSI funding not available
       

How to Apply

Register online at www.pac.ie/itcw

Contact us

Email: lll.cw@setu.ie