The Graduate Certificate in Medical Device Development is designed to meet the needs of the rapidly growing medical device industry. This program supports the unique needs of people currently working in or just beginning a career in this industry. As with any rapidly growing industry, applied education that can be put to use immediately is extremely important. The Medical Device Development Certificate offers applied education in the common areas of medical device development and manufacture.
Who can benefit from the Medical Device Development Certificate?
Students have the option to use coursework from their graduate certificate to continue in a Master of Science degree offered through UST's School of Engineering.
To complete the requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Medical Device Development, students must successfully complete four required courses and one three-credit elective (or three one-credit electives) for a total of 15 graduate semester credits and maintain a GPA of at least 2.7.
REQUIRED COURSES (15 total credits)
Four required courses (12 credits) + one three-credit elective or three one-credit electives (3 credits) for a total of 15 credits are required for this certificate.
Required courses (all four courses):
Elective courses (choose 1 three-credit course OR 3 one-credit courses listed below):
Three-credit courses (choose one):
One-credit Medical Device Elective courses (choose three):