A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.
Manufacturing refers to the act of creating a product out of raw materials according to the specifications of a client or customer. Manufacturing typically requires a large-scale production involving advanced industrial technology, machinery, labor, and tools.
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The Master of Good Manufacturing Practice provides up-to-date and in-depth good manufacturing practice (GMP) knowledge within the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. The course provides critical knowledge of legislation relating to the registration, manufacture, storage and supply of licenced therapeutic goods; GxP and quality systems compliance; and the concepts of quality management, risk management, quality assurance and quality control within this heavily regulated industry – all essential ingredients for career development. [+]
This being the only course of its kind in the Asia–Pacific region, the UTS: Pharmacy discipline has partnered with SeerPharma, the industry’s leading provider of technical compliance and quality assurance knowledge, to deliver students a practice-based and research-led education. Designed by leading experts in the field, the course provides professional development options and career pathways for students at all levels of industry organisations. It is ideal for students wishing to commence or enhance their pharmaceutical industry manufacturing career with an industry-recognised qualification.
Career options include: production, quality assurance, quality control, documentation, validation, supply chain and regulatory compliance in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industry monitoring and quality assurance in clinical research organisations auditing in government regulatory agencies, consultancy in consulting firms and managers and practitioners in various other associated companies where good manufacturing practices are required. ... [-]