|HSRC 5011: Audit and Inspection Process - Principles and Skills|
|HSRC 5012: Compliance Regulations and Standards|
|HSRC 5013: Supply Chain Management Business Processes|
|HSRC 5014: Ethics and Communication for Compliance Staff|
|HSRC 5015: Risk Management - Health and Safety|
|HSRC 5021: Audit and Inspection Process - Regulatory Response|
|HSRC 5022: Independent Study in Regulatory Compliance|
|HSRC 5023: Risk Management - Business Operations|
|HSRC 5024: Emerging Trends in Regulatory Compliance|
|HSRC 5030: Regulatory Compliance Internship|
Current students, please make sure to review your MyHumber Academic Progress report to confirm which courses you should register into for your Winter semester. Courses with in-person requirements will likely also have online components. Humber may need to change plans for in-person learning, subject to government and public health directives and/or additional health and safety considerations.
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Conduct audits and regulatory compliance assessments in diverse industries, using regulatory frameworks.
Apply inspection or auditing principles and standards to inform improvements to quality, safety, and risk management in the regulatory compliance field.
Interpret sector-specific legislation, regulations, standards, guidelines and policies to determine if the regulated party’s products, processes, and facilities involved in the manufacturing anddevelopment process are in compliance with established regulations
Propose recommendations based on audit and inspection findings to develop strategies for compliance.
Communicate clearly and accurately, both verbally and in written reports with internal and external stakeholders in high-stakes situations, which may include audits and inspections.
Collaborate with the regulated party and regulatory and compliance professionals in various roles to achieve desired goals and objectives in regulatory compliance.
Interact professionally with stakeholders during and after audit and compliance assessments to build trust by maintaining confidentiality, objectivity and integrity.
Following two academic semesters, students complete a three-month (450 hours) paid or unpaid work placement in which students apply and integrate theoretical knowledge and skills into real-world work settings. Students complement their learning in their placement, and assessments are carried out by assigned supervisors at the placement site.
Students are responsible for finding their own work placement that is aligned with the learning outcomes of the program. Humber will assist students in finding their placements by working with industry partners and identifying openings. Students are encouraged to find a placement in their area of interest such as pharmaceuticals, medical devices, natural health and food products, cosmetics, or cannabis.
Graduates will find careers in a variety of sectors including technology, health and wellness, food and agriculture, the private sector, and government enforcement environments.
Possible career opportunities include:
This program will help you gain opportunities in health management departments in health facilities, government agencies or community-based environments. Graduates will become part of emerging industries such as the cannabis industry, major pharmaceutical companies, medical equipment or medical insurance companies that are in need of new legislation and compliance training. Studies in risk management, supply chain management and ethics will equip students with the skills needed in this ever-changing industry.
|START DATE||LOCATION||STATUS||INTERNATIONAL STATUS|
|January 2021||North||Closed||Not Available|
|January 2022||North||Open||Not Available|
Relational influences on experiences with assisted dying: A scoping review
Fri, May 22, 2020
Congratulations to Professor (Nursing) Caroline Variath who successfully authored an article published in the Nursing Ethics journal.
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Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness News
Senior Dean Jason Powell Welcomes New Students to Fall 2020 Academic Semester
Mon, August 31, 2020
Senior Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness, Dr. Jason Powell Welcomes New Students to Fall 2020 Academic Semester.
Academic Integrity Message to Students from Jason Powell
Mon, August 24, 2020
Senior Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness, Dr. Jason Powell delivers a message to students regarding the importance of academic integrity.
The Faculty is here to support you!
We Believe in Academic Integrity
Mon, August 24, 2020
Academic integrity -- what does it mean, and how does it affect you?
Listen to students, a graduate, and staff, speak about academic integrity, and the values of academic integrity, with some examples of what these values look like on a day-to-day basis. As you listen, ask what does academic integrity mean to you?
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