SeerPharma has partnered with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) to deliver innovative, university-accredited online postgraduate programs in Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).
With no on-campus commitments, students can obtain a Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in GMP from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) from anywhere in the world. Soon, the options will expand to include a Master of GMP.
This program is designed for professionals to up-skill in the areas of regulation, compliance, process development and quality assurance in the pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology sectors.
Subjects and Commencement
Four (4) subjects in total are studied to complete the Graduate Certificate in GMP.
Eight (8) subjects in total are studied to complete the Graduate Diploma in GMP.
Sixteen (16) subjects in total are studied to complete the Master in GMP (coming soon).
For a part time study load, students typically study two subjects per semester. All students must study “International GMPs and Quality Assurance” and choose additional subjects from those listed below. Students can commence in either first or second semester.
The next round of applications for the online Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in GMP
close as below with study commencing in late July 2020.
Australian Applicants: 25 June 2020
International Applications: 30 April 2020
First semester subjects (starts late February each year)
- International GMPs and Quality Assurance (core subject)
- GMP for Manufacturing Operations
- Validation Principles and Practices
- Good (Quality Control) Laboratory Practices
Second semester subjects (starts late July each year)
- GxP and Quality Auditing Practices
- Risk Management for Pharmaceutical Operations
- Good Aseptic Practices and Sterile Products
- Contamination Control (from 2021)
Online learning is a practical option for students unable to attend campus due to work commitments or distance. This is a flexible mode of learning in which students study when it suits them. Studying online does not mean that the student is isolated from the teacher or from the learning community. A variety of strategies are used to provide an environment for learning and to foster student-student collaboration.
In this course, students will learn through online content comprising of videos, set reading, directed research, activities and self-check quizzes. This independent learning will be supported by group learning experiences using online discussions, in which ideas and concepts can be tested and refined. In addition, online students will have regular access to the class teacher via online ‘open office’ hours.
Assessment is conducted throughout the semester and comprises tasks such as contribution to online discussions, written and/or oral reports, group projects, presentations via online conferencing and written exams.
Each subject is structured as a number of modules that typically cover a two-week period. Materials are made available on UTS’ online learning system which can be accessed from your computer, tablet or mobile device, so you can learn anywhere, anytime.
Each subject in this course will require approximately 3-6 hours per week of study. Time will vary depending on student familiarity with the subject matter. Additional time may be needed to complete assessments.