The Board Certified Medical Affairs Specialist Program was developed by industry experts, clinicians, researchers, and online learning specialists. It is designed to recognize excellence among those who wish to specialize as experts in medical affairs.
The exam has three sections:
The exam is administered online and is proctored by ProctorU.
The exam can be scheduled at any time that is convenient for the learner’s schedule through ProctorU.
The BCMAS Certification Exam is a proctored, three-hour exam administered online with ProctorU.
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