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Regulatory Affairs program FAQs

How long does it take to complete this program?

Does this program require any on-site residencies?

What is the tuition for the Regulatory Affairs program? 

What are the admission requirements for this program?

How long does it take to complete this program?

The 36-credit master’s degree can be completed in two years. The 18-credit graduate certificate can be completed in two years.

Explore the online MSHS and graduate certificate in Regulatory Affairs curriculum.

Does this program require any on-site residencies?

GW’s online Regulatory Affairs graduate program does not require any on-site residencies.

Learn more about the MSHS and graduate certificate in Regulatory Affairs.

What is the tuition for the online Regulatory Affairs program?

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.

Learn more about tuition and financial aid for the MSHS and graduate certificate in Regulatory Affairs.

What are the admission requirements for this program?

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.

Military and international students’ requirements differ. For full details, please see the Military Students and International Students pages.

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