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In addition to earning your board certification in medical affairs and setting yourself apart in the industry, you’ll enjoy a number of perks as a BCMAS graduate, including:
At the completion of the certification program when you’ve attained your BCMAS designation, ACMA will assign you to a qualified mentor with whom you can consult on medical affairs and career matters.
You’ll also have exclusive access to ACMA’s career database resources that can help you find and land your dream job in medical affairs. These perks are completely complimentary and only available to BCMAS graduates.
The ACMA has developed the first ever universal standards of conduct for Medical Affairs and MSL professionals.
ACMA learners are in over 70 countries. We have partnerships with several global organizations including Interfarma in South America, the Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA), the Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education in Canada and many others.
Research in education demonstrates that learners do best when learning on their own terms. The BCMAS program is a self-paced, online program. It is designed for busy professionals. Study on your laptop, tablet or mobile device.