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Master of Science in
Biomedical Regulatory Affairs

The University of Washington's Master of Science in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs trains professionals to effectively manage the process of bringing new medical products to market. In this two-year program, abbreviated as BRAMS, you'll develop expertise in the regulations governing medical product development and learn how to lead every step of the regulatory process.


Prepare for Diverse Career Opportunities

The Master of Science in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs is geared to those who want to advance their careers in the medical products industry and those entering the field from related areas. With its uniquely broad focus on drugs, devices and biologics, our program prepares you for a variety of careers in the regulatory affairs industry, including roles in manufacturing, compliance, marketing and quality assurance.


Gain Practical Experience

Students benefit from the program's close ties to the Seattle-area biotechnology, medical device and biomedical industries. During the program practicum, you gain crucial on-the-job experience in regulatory affairs at a local company or institution. Program faculty bring years of experience in regulatory affairs to the classroom. Many of the instructors are leading regulatory affairs professionals in the Seattle area, helping you build a valuable and lasting professional network.


Take Convenient Evening Classes

We designed the Master of Science in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs program with working professionals in mind. All courses meet in the evenings on the Seattle campus, so you can conveniently fit your studies around your work schedule.

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IMPORTANT DATES

March 1
Application Deadline
for International Applicants

April 15
Application Deadline
for U.S. Applicants

Late applications will be considered on a space-available basis.


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The program is trying to build future leaders in the industry. The faculty give 100 percent to make sure students have the knowledge to build successful careers.

Alisha Bouge, 2011 Graduate
IRB Education Specialist
Stanford University