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

Fall 2020
Schedule Notes

Order texts on-line via
Temple U Bookstore

Fall 2020 registration is officially open. Weekend classes start Sept 12. Weeknight courses start Sept 14.

The University has changed its billing procedure. Please read this page carefully before forwarding your registration. If you have questions, please call our Office for assistance.

Registration forms will be processed in the order they are received, so it's to your advantage to register as soon as possible.

To register, please complete:

  • The correct registration form (traditional classroom and online Adobe Connect courses have different forms);
  • All required paperwork;
  • A state residency form (new students only, unless you moved from one state to another).

Submit materials via email ( or fax (267.468.8565).

Continuing Students
Please include your 9-digit TUid and TUmail on your registration form.
If you have financial or academic holds, we cannot process your registration. Please take care of holds immeidately.

New Students
If you register for online Adobe Connect courses you must include all of the following items for your registration to be processed:

  • A signed resume;
  • Photocopies of transcripts from all colleges or universities attended;
  • A current, electronic (email) photo;
  • The password at the end of the online Adobe Connect tutorial;
  • International students must submit a photocopy of a WES report and TOEFL scores.

Tuition bills will be due on Sept 10. A partial payment plan is available with this first bill, but there is a $50 fee to use it. A $100 late fee will be applied to your account if you do not pay your tuition bill by Oct 15.

Temple's Bursar's Office will send an email to your TUmail account about your tuition bill. To check the due date of your bill, go into Banner, click Student Account, then TUPay. All bills are due Sept 10. After Oct 15, a $100 late fee will be imposed.

For questions about tuition bills, consult the Temple Bursar's Office.  Mail tuition payments to: Bursar's Office, Temple University Ambler, 580 Meetinghouse Rd, Ambler, PA 19002.

All RA and QA courses, regardless of format, require at least one proctored exam. Students are expected to take exams on the date designated on the RAQA Schedule of Classes. 

Make sure you are able to attend classes (including makeup dates) and are available to take the proctored exam on the scheduled date.There is a $25.00 charge the first time a student requests a change in the proctored exam date.The second time the fee increases to $35 per exam. Subsequent times the fee increases to $50.00 per exam. For more information on Proctoring and Fees for Changing Exam Dates, click here.

This schedule is subject to change.  Please hit Refresh when opening the RA and QA homepage. Many web browsers (Internet Explorer and Netscape) continue to show a cache or earlier version of a website from the first time you viewed the page.  You must hit Refresh to see updates.


Every RAQA course lists make-up dates in case of unforeseen circumstances. Students are reminded to reserve make-up dates, in case a faculty member needs to use one of the dates to cover class material.

We list required texts as a convenience to our students; however, it is always possible that instructors may change required texts, update the edition, or add a book. We suggest waiting until the first class meeting before purchasing texts. The RAQA Office is not responsible for refunds, returns, or shipping costs of texts for any reason such as instructors changing texts, a course is cancelled or changed, a student drops a course, or the listed instructor is changed.

You may purchase books from our Temple University Bookstore, (phone: 215.204.5578), which ships them directly to you. Or, if you use the online form, search for Main Campus, then RAQA.

Thank you for being a student in our renowned and innovative program. 
Welcome to the Fall 2020 Semester!

What's New or Different this Fall

Entire Fall 2020 Schedule (traditional classroom and online offerings)

Schedule of On-Campus (Traditional Classroom) Courses Only at Fort Washington

Non-Thesis MS in Pharmaceutics Schedule of Courses

Online Courses

Courses by Day of the Week: Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays

Weekend Courses Daytime Course

Earn Credits at the KENX Conference in Philadelphia this August (or San Diego in the fall)

Electronic Registration Form for Traditional Classroom Courses Only

Registration Form (hard copy) for Traditional Classroom Courses

Registration Form for Online Courses

We have changed our name from Quality Assurance/Regulatory Affairs (QA/RA) to the Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance Graduate Program (RA and QA) due to Search Engine issues.


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