Regulatory Affairs program FAQs
The 36-credit master’s degree can be completed in two years. The 18-credit graduate certificate can be completed in two years.
GW’s online Regulatory Affairs graduate program does not require any on-site residencies.
Our flexible, online graduate programs are offered at a competitive rate of $845 per credit hour. At 36 credits, the tuition for an online master’s degree program totals $30,420. The 18-credit graduate certificate costs $15,210. Tuition rates are subject to change without notice.
GW requires master’s degree candidates to meet a few basic and professional competencies. Candidates must have:
- A bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited college or university
- Achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
- Relevant work experience in health care or clinical institutions
For proof of a qualifying degree, applicants should submit transcripts from every college and university attended. Candidates must also submit a résumé, statement of purpose and two letters of recommendation at the time of application.
Call an admissions advisor at (844) 386-7323 or request more information to learn more.