Course Code: REGA 5040
Academic Year: 2022-2023
An integral component of the Regulatory Affairs program is providing students an opportunity to integrate and translate theoretical learning into real work settings. Students' internship placements are carried out in a variety of regulatory sectors focusing on practical skill development. Internship placements also provide a platform for students to carryout tasks more independently, while supervised. Students complete a 12-week placement, based on a 37.5-hour training week, providing a total of 450 hours of work integrated experience with an approved employer. Students also have an opportunity to observe and learn from experienced personnel in a professional work setting, while focusing on a competency-based learning framework. The experience also provides students with valuable networking opportunities in preparation for a career in related fields.