Graduation ceremony at the Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope

Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs

Program will close in 2025.
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City of Hope is ranked among the Best Grad Schools for Biological Sciences by U.S. News & World Report 2023

The Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs is a joint master’s degree program between Keck Graduate Institute, a leader in biotechnology and health care graduate education, and City of Hope, an institution that helped establish the biotechnology industry. The master's program aims to provide students with translational and applied experience in regulatory affairs for all Food and Drug Administration-regulated product classes.

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As an independent biomedical, treatment and education center, City of Hope is focused on basic and clinical research in cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.

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