Earn a Johns Hopkins master’s degree in a convenient part-time format.
The increasing pace of product development and services means compliance with federal and state regulations is critical. Companies report an increasing need for trained professionals educated in the regulatory sciences. Earn a specialized master’s degree with the prestige of Johns Hopkins University and the flexibility of AAP’s online options.
Programs are rooted in the multidisciplinary skills of research, drug discovery technologies, bioinformatics, regulatory affairs, and product commercialization that the industry demands.
Programs available on-campus and online.
- Masters of Science in Food Safety Regulation
The Masters in Food Safety Regulation is designed to provide students with an understanding of the legal and regulatory complexities of food production, labeling, and distribution. The program will provide students with the knowledge required for companies and organizations that grow, process, distribute, or sell foods and beverages while complying with federal and state regulatory statutes for the production, distribution, and commercialization of food products.
- Masters of Science in Individualized Genomics and Health
The Masters in Individualized Genomics and Health provides students with a basis around research and applied sciences, enabling them to meet the demands of the academic, research, and business communities of this industry sector. The program includes foundation courses in Epigenetics, Human Molecular Genetics, Ethical, Legal and Regulatory aspects of individualized genomics, bioinformatics and individual genome analysis.
- Masters of Science in Regulatory Science
The Masters in Regulatory Science provides students pursuing a career in regulatory science with a specialized course of study, emphasizing advanced topics in the regulatory approval processes for global and domestic biotech products.
State-specific Information for Online Programs
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