Welcome, Regis Class of 2027! Deposit Here.
As a regulatory affairs or clinical research professional, you will lead and play a significant role in the development and advancement of medical products for some of the biggest companies and agencies in the country and worldwide. You will engage in the design, manufacturing, and testing of products to make sure they comply with the regulations and standards of the industry.
The regulatory and clinical research management (RCRM) graduate program is designed for individuals who wish to start or advance a career in the regulation of drugs, devices, biologics, and health care technology, or in clinical research management. As with other programs within the School of Health Sciences, students in RCRM are provided an education that fosters the students’ capacity to gain knowledge, develop content specific skills and overall professional skills, and enhance their career goals.
The Master of Science in Regulatory and Clinical Research Management (RCRM) program at Regis College will empower you to pursue or advance a regulatory affairs, quality assurance, clinical operations and/or management career in the increasingly complex and growing areas of the life sciences industry including:
While earning your MS-RCRM degree, you will develop knowledge to work toward professional certification goals such as: Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC), Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP), and Project Management Certification (PMI).
Regis offers dedicated assistance with both internship and job placement. Every student in the program receives real-world experience allowing you to apply classroom learning in a professional setting to develop skills, learn from professionals in the field, and build your professional network.
Recent practicum placements include Genzyme, Nova Biomedical, Tesaro Pharmaceuticals, and Takeda Pharmaceuticals.