Regulatory Affairs professionals are employed within the healthcare industry and ensure their company complies with all regulations and laws and assist in obtaining government approval for company’s products work with federal, state, and local agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Regulatory Affairs minor pairs well with a degree in biology, engineering, pharmacology, microbiology, biochemistry, kinesiology, chemistry, or any healthcare degree.
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Students majoring in biomedical engineering can count no more than 9 hours from their major towards this minor. Students may not receive both the clinical engineering and regulatory affairs minors.