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Pursue a career in protecting the safety of people and the environment.

The Regulatory Affairs - Sciences Ontario College Graduate Certificate program provides you with the skills and knowledge to pursue an entry-level career in industry and government regulatory agencies in Canada.

The regulation of products in industries such as healthcare, biotechnology, food, industrial chemical and agrochemical is of international concern. The resulting increase in regulation has driven the demand for qualified individuals in regulatory affairs.

With a focus on protecting the safety of people and the environment, professionals in this field have a positive impact on the public good.

Understand the regulatory environment in Canada, including the socioeconomic aspects of:

  • regulations across industries
  • how to interpret and apply regulations
  • how to develop and manage regulatory submissions.

Learn project management and communications skills, and assess regulatory compliance and the frameworks that govern processes and products.

Graduates of this program have a strong understanding of regulation generally but develop a detailed understanding of regulation for protecting public, worker and environmental health and safety in the areas of:

  • pharmaceuticals and medical devices
  • agrochemicals
  • industrial chemicals, including in manufacturing and consumer products.

You may also find employment in positions such as:

  • quality assurance specialist
  • administrator in various regulated industries
  • analyst
  • associate
  • consultant
  • regulatory compliance officer


This program is well-suited for students who:

  • Possess strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Are adept at analytical and critical thinking and are detail-oriented.
  • Are inquisitive and able to analyze, evaluate and apply relevant information from a variety of sources.
  • Effectively conduct research and analyze findings.
  • Possess effective leadership skills.
  • Have a strong interest in protecting the safety of people and the environment.

Regulatory Affairs – Sciences (Co-op and Non Co-op Version) option also available.

Khoa bạn sẽ vào học

Perth Campus

Các hình thức học tập

Toàn thời gian (1 năm)

Học phí
Semester 1: CAN $7,915.40; Semester 2: CAN $7,873.40; Estimated Program Total fees: CAN $15,788.80 ( Spring 2021)
Ngày bắt đầu

9 Tháng Năm 2022

Địa điểm

Perth Campus

7 Craig Street,


Ontario (ON),

K7H 1X7, Canada

Toàn thời gian (1 năm)

Học phí
Non Co-op Version fees: Semester 1: CAN $8,072.46; Semester 2: CAN $8,030.46; Estimated Program Total fees: CAN $16,102.92; Co-op Version fees: Semester 1: CAN $8,265.46; Semester 2: CAN $8,223.46; Estimated Program Total fees: CAN $16,488.92 (Fall 2021, winter 2022)
Ngày bắt đầu

7 Tháng Chín 2021, 10 Tháng Một 2022

Địa điểm

Algonquin College

Woodroffe Campus,

1385 Woodroffe Avenue,


Ontario (ON),

K2G 1V8, Canada

Yêu cầu đầu vào

Dành cho sinh viên đến từ Mỹ

Students need to submit University Degree and transcripts. English Language Proficiency Requirements: Academic IELTS: Overall 6.5 (no band lower than 6.0); TOEFL iBT - Total 88 (no score below 22); Cambridge English – 176; Pearson (PTE) - Overall 60; MELAB - Overall 85 Minimum of 80 AND Speaking 3Al; gonquin’s EAP - International EAP: Level 8 with a grade of B Canadian EAP: Level 3 with a grade of B.

Dành cho sinh viên quốc tế

Ontario College Advanced Diploma, degree or equivalent.

Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of the specific requirements noted above along with proof of either: IELTS -International English Language Testing Service-Overall band of 6.5 with a minimum of Reading: 6.0; Listening: 6.0; Speaking: 6.0; Writing: 6.5; OR TOEFL-Internet-based (iBT)-overall 90, with the minimum in each component: Reading: 22; Listening: 22; Speaking: 22; Writing: 24.

Deadline: Applications for Fall Term and Winter Term admission received by February 1 will be given equal consideration.