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RAC Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for the RAC examination you need to meet one of the following educational and professional experience requirement combinations:

  • Baccalaureate or equivalent first university degree and a minimum of three years of regulatory or regulatory-related work experience.*
  • Master’s degree and a minimum of two years of regulatory or regulatory-related work experience.*
  • Doctorate degree and a minimum of one year of regulatory or regulatory-related work experience.*

In addition, submission of complete application materials and agreement to abide by the RAPS Code of Ethics are required.

Membership in RAPS is not required to apply for or take an RAC examination or to maintain the RAC credential. However, members of RAPS will be entitled to reduced fees. Learn more about RAPS membership >>

* Regulatory-related experience may include quality assurance, quality control, clinical research related to the approval of health products or health product project management.