Radiologic Technology to Master of Science in Regulatory & Clinical Research Management

General Education Requirements: 7 courses (21 credits)

  • 2 Humanities Courses*
  • 1 Statistics Course*
  • 1 Religious Course*
  • 1 Social Science Course*
  • 2 Graduate Health Profession Courses:
       • NU 618 Health Policy
       • Radiology Seminar

*May be transferred from another accredited college/university

Radiologic Science Courses: 4 courses (12 credits)

  • MR 631 Advanced Radiation Protection & Biology
  • MR 632 Advanced Radiation Physics
  • MR 640 Advanced Radiologic Quality Assurance
  • MR 650 Pathology Across Radiology Modalities

Graduate Regulatory & Clinical Research Management Courses: 13 courses (39 credits)

  • NU 710 Informatics
  • HP 601 Health Ethics & the Law
  • RA 601 Introduction to Medical Products Industry
  • RA 602A Overview of Health Product Regulation
  • RA 603A Pharmaceutical Regulation
  • RA 604A Medical Device Regulations
  • RA 605 Field Experience
  • RA 608 Clinical Research Methods
  • RA 609 Clinical Trials Management
  • RA 600 Biostatistics
  • RA 615 Quality Systems & Risk Management
  • CO 613 Writing for the Professional Workplace
  • Graduate Elective

Radiologic Science Concentration

Radiologic Science Courses: 2 courses (6 credits), students choose their interest

  • MR 631 Advanced Radiation Protection & Biology
  • MR 632 Advanced Radiation Physics
  • MR 640 Advanced Radiologic Quality Assurance
  • MR 650 Pathology Across Radiology Modalities

Graduate Regulatory & Clinical Research Management Courses: 11 courses (33 credits)

  • NU 710 Informatics
  • HP 601 Health Ethics & the Law
  • RA 601 Introduction to Medical Products Industry
  • RA 602A Overview of Health Product Regulation
  • RA 603A Pharmaceutical Regulation
  • RA 604A Medical Device Regulations
  • RA 605 Field Experience
  • RA 608 Clinical Research Methods
  • RA 609 Clinical Trials Management
  • RA 600 Biostatistics
  • RA 615 Quality Systems & Risk Management
  • CO 613 Writing for the Professional Workplace
Regis College: Graduate Department