Frequently Asked Questions
Cedars-Sinai is actively developing hands-on Clinical and Regulatory Sciences graduate programs which currently include a one-year Graduate Certificate Program.
The Certificate Program is designed to take one year, with a minimum requirement of 12 units.
Applications are currently being accepted for the Graduate Certificate Program in Clinical and Regulatory Sciences. Applications are due Oct. 10, 2022 for a fall semester start.
For the fall 2022 cohort, scholarships are available to cover full and partial costs of tuition. Scholarships will be awarded to applicants based both on need and merit.
In order to make our program accessible to a diverse group of participants from across the U.S., as well as within our own neighborhoods, the program is currently operating entirely virtually. Courses will be remote, with options to participate in hands-on workshops and other educational opportunities in the future.
The programs focus on developing knowledge and practical skill sets across five core competencies: 1) Clinical Trials and Development; 2) Project Management and Technical Writing; 3) Risk Management and Compliance; 4) Drugs, Biologics and Medical Devices; and 5) Data Science and Quality Systems.
Have Questions or Need Help?
If you have questions or wish to learn more about the Clinical and Regulatory Sciences Graduate Certificate Program, please contact:
Clinical and Regulatory Sciences Graduate Certificate Program
4321 Beverly Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90048