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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 either a regional, national or global company or institution.

UW Master of Science in Biomedical Regulatory Affairs faculty will recruit and identify potential practicum projects. You may also identify your own project, which must be confirmed and approved by practicum faculty. You'll spend a minimum of two quarters on the practicum, working on your project under the guidance of a preceptor and the practicum faculty.

At the end of practicum, you'll produce a final report and presentation for the BRAMS community.