Our Good Manufacturing Practice programs are designed for students who seek in-depth knowledge of regulations, compliance, process development and quality assurance in the pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology sectors. Gain expert knowledge of Quality and Good Manufacturing Practice to meet TGA, FDA, EU and PIC/S requirements, and specialise in your chosen stream with this modular degree.
UTS GSH has partnered with SeerPharma, the industry’s leading provider of technical compliance and QA knowledge to deliver innovative, university-accredited graduate programs in Good Manufacturing Practice. Practice-based and contemporary, the programs are unique in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. You will learn from industry-based experts who have spent many years working with pharmaceuticals, biologics and/or medical device companies.
The units of study cover all stages of the product life cycle -from pre-clinical and clinical through to commercial manufacturing. Industry based research projects may also be offered to students on the basis of availability and merit, helping students to build relationships with local industry.
- Master of Good Manufacturing Practice
- Graduate Diploma of Good Manufacturing Practice
- Graduate Certificate of Good Manufacturing Practice
You can map out a pathway for your professional advancement, ranging from entry into the pharmaceutical, medical device or biotechnology sectors to senior and executive management. The programs are also ideal for students wishing to start a pharmaceutical/medical device/biotechnology career with industry-recognised qualifications.
Flexible exit and entry points
Students can enter or exit this course at Graduate Diploma or Graduate Certificate, providing they meet the requirements of each degree. The Graduate Certificate in Good Manufacturing Practice articulates into the Graduate Diploma in Good Manufacturing Practice, which is an exit point for students enrolled in the Master’s course.
The Master of Good Manufacturing Practice is offered in full-time and part-time modes, on-campus.
Come on campus to find out more about course content, admission requirements, and more at one of our info sessions.