Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance and Quality Control Diploma Program

The Pharmaceutical Quality Control and Quality Assurance diploma from AAPS has been expertly structured to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of pharmaceutical analysis, quality assurance, and regulatory affairs, as well as practical skills in the field of pharmaceuticals

At AAPS, our courses are taught by experts in the field. Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical experts instruct students using state-of-the-art, highly advanced technologies that they would use in real world settings. The Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance and Quality Control diploma program ensures students gain the essential knowledge to navigated US-FDA and Canadian TPD regulated work environments.

The Diploma Program is delivered in three phases over a period of 12 months. The courses offered during that period are outlined below:

  • Introduction to Good Manufacturing Practices – Level I
  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical Laboratory Testing – Level I
  • Workplace Hazardous Material Information Systems (WHMIS)
  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical Dissolution Testing – Level I
  • Introduction to High Performance Liquid Chromatography – Level I
  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Methods
  • Good Manufacturing Practices – Level II
  • Pharmaceutical Laboratory Testing – Level II
  • Pharmaceutical Dissolution Testing – Level II
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography – Level II
  • Introduction to Pharmaceutical, Biological/Biotechnology, Natural Health Products and Medicines
  • Introduction to International Food and Drug Laws, Regulations and Guidelines
  • Technical Writing and Scientific Communication
  • Good Manufacturing Practices – Level III
  • Pharmaceutical Laboratory Testing – Level III
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography – Level III
  • Regulatory Submission
  • Global Regulatory Strategies
  • Introduction to Auditing – level I
  • Advanced Auditing – Level II
  • Preclinical –Drug
  • Clinical – Drug
  • Cleaning Validation
  • Pharmaceutical Stability Program
  • Advance High Performance Liquid Chromatography – Level IV
  • Introduction to Clinical Trials
  • Chemistry Manufacturing and Control
  • Post Approval Activities and Compliance
  • Formularies and Reimbursement
  • Natural Health Products
  • Biologics/Biotechnology Products
  • Medical Devices
  • Labeling and Product Summaries

Just some of the possible careers you can expect to embark on after graduating with a Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance and Quality Control diploma include:

  • Document Reviewer
  • Laboratory Analyst
  • Laboratory Chemist
  • Validation Chemist
  • Stability Chemist
  • Laboratory Technician
  • QC Analyst
  • Document Control
  • QA Associate
  • QA Assistant
  • Manufacturing Auditor
  • Quality Auditor
  • Regulatory Affairs Associate
  • Regulatory Affairs Assistant
  • Project Coordinator
  • Manufacturing Specialist