Skip to main content
Master of Science in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs


Students in both the part-time and full-time options complete a practicum. In this course, you’ll get valuable hands-on experience shepherding a new medical product through aspects of the regulatory affairs process at a Seattle-area company or institution. Most students identify their practicum site through individual interests and networking, though placement assistance is available.

You’ll spend at least two quarters on the practicum, working on your project under the guidance of an on-site preceptor and the practicum director.

At the end of their practicum, you’ll produce a final report and presentation for instructors and the rest of your cohort.