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Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance Graduate Program of Temple University School of Pharmacy

OPEN HOUSE EVENTS

Don't let another semester slip by without starting your graduate education and furthering your career in the pharmaceutical, device, biotechnology and related industries. Join the next RAQA Open House and see how our program will accelerate your career path.

Open House Events for January 2017

Saturday, Jan 14, 2017, Temple University Fort Washington (Snow date: Sunday, Jan 15)
Doors Open: 9:45 AM
Presentation Starts: 10:00 AM
RSVP: QARAEG@temple.edu
Colleagues welcome. Light refreshments (great pastries and coffee). 
Come to the presentation that can change your life!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017, Doubletree by Hilton in Princeton, NJ, on Route 1
Doors Open: 5:45 PM
Presentation Starts: 6:00 PM
You must RSVP before January 10, 2016: QARAREG@temple.edu
Colleagues welcome. Light refreshments (great pastries and coffee). 
Come to the presentation that can change your life!

Live Online Open House, Wednesday, January 18, 2017 (over the lunch hour)
Presentation starts: Noon (East Coast time)
Presentation ends: 12:30 PM
RSVP: QARAREG@temple.edu (Space limited)


You must register in advance.  (RSVP:  QARAREG@temple.edu)

 

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Are you…
  • Eager to explore ways to accelerate your career in the industry?
  • Thinking about returning to school but are not sure you can juggle a full-time career with graduate courses?
  • Wondering whether graduate courses will help your current position?

Explore Temple’s outstanding graduate program in RA and QA, specifically designed for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry.

The Spring semester starts Jan 21 (weekend courses) and Jan 23 (weeknight courses).

Join our list serve to receive emails about upcoming Open House events. Email qara@temple.edu. Students on our list serves automatically receive updates regarding Open Houses and the Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance schedule of classes each semester.

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