The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law fully online graduate certificates in Health Law are the result of an innovative collaboration between expert faculty across law and the health science colleges with international industry leaders. 

All of the certificate credits can be applied to the Master of Legal Studies, upon acceptance into the program.



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colleges represented by health law faculty

Health Law courses are taught by faculty in Law, Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Public Health, and Social & Behavioral Sciences

*speaker series included for graduate certificate in regulatory science

Health Law for Health Professionals

Health Law

Acquire a fundamental understanding of the laws, regulations, and ethics surrounding the health care industry.

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Regulatory Science

Receive specialized training in how to accelerate the development of medical products through greater understanding of the ethics, policies, and regulations governing regulatory science in the United States and abroad.  

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Aging Law and Policy

Improve your understanding of the legal and ethical issues that intersect with caring for an older population and supporting healthy aging.

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Health Information, Privacy, Compliance, and Data Security

Provides students with a strong foundation in the governing laws, cybersecurity measures, data analysis and use, and management issues associated with health information privacy.

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University of Arizona Law maintains some of the lowest tuition rates in the country because we believe that cost shouldn't keep anyone from receiving a high-quality legal education.

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Health Law Students

Current cohorts include a strong and diverse range of backgrounds, as most students have five or more years of experience as administrators, executives, clinicians, research scientists and entrepreneurs. They practice at academic medical centers, health systems, consulting agencies, pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, insurance companies and long-term care facilities.

A number of University of Arizona graduate students are also pursuing a certificate in Health Law in combination with another degree. The online platform attracts students from across the country and abroad. 

“My ultimate goal is to make a difference in the lives of others by helping to transform health law and policy. I believe Arizona Law’s Health Law program will give me the tools I need to accomplish this. Also, as the courses are available online, I have been able to juggle my work, study and family commitments. The flexibility in the online option and its ability to attract highly skilled professionals from across the country is a real strength of the program.”

Amy Selegue, BSN, RN
Program Coordinator Clinical Trials 
Arizona Cancer Care Center  


"Arizona Law’s Health Law Program will help me achieve my goals, which include bringing my leadership, passion and professionalism to the next level.”

Renee Tyree, PharmD, MHA
Pharmacy Director
Encompass Health Rehabilitation 




“My training took place 10 years ago in Europe, and there are differences in regulations with the FDA/EMA. I look forward to a refresher as well as a learning experience, and an opportunity to interact with a variety of people.” 

Emmanuelle Meuillet, PhD
Research Associate Professor 
Nutritional Sciences, University of Arizona 
CEO of Theraxen Technologies