Now enrolling students to start in September, 2016. The first application deadline is May 15, all international students must apply before this date. In addition to the part time program for working professionals, SCSU will have a full time program for international students on student VISA. The second year of this program will include a full-time paid internship at a local Medical Device company.
- Deadlines for international students who are currently in the US. Fall =Sept 1st; Spring = Dec 1st
- Deadline for international students not in the US. Fall = May 15th; Spring = Sept 15th
If you aren’t quite ready for our Master’s programs, you can earn a graduate certificate in Medical Device areas of Quality, Clinical and Regulatory expertise or take individual MSMTQ courses on an independent basis. This is excellent for training and professional development. Registration is on a space available basis.
To see more details of the classes content check out the course catalog link on the bottom of the "About MTQ" page. To see the class schedule and the instructor teams go to the "Schedule" page and click on the "detailed schedule" link at the top of the page.
The Quality profession is critical for medtech business success in ensuring high quality standards that meet the needs of FDA, International Regulatory, and ultimately patient safety. The Graduate Education in Medical Technology Quality program is designed in close collaboration with the Medical Device and MedTech industry to provide students with the necessary tools and competencies needed to be effective professionals and leaders in Medical Technology Quality (MTQ). It will build a solid foundation for anyone wishing to enter this profession and help to expand and strengthen the knowledge of current Quality professionals.
The program is designed for working professionals with classes offered evenings and weekends at the SCSU Twin Cities Graduate Center in Maple Grove. Courses are taught primarily by industry experts in this field with many years of practical experience and leadership working for medical device and technology companies. The program also leverages the expertise of select SCSU Professors that specialize in key knowledge areas. Like the Regulatory Affairs and Applied Clinical Research Masters programs this program’s direction and evolution is guided by the same Medtech Industry Advisory Board made up of some of the industry’s top executive leadership in Quality and related fields.
Check out the rest of this website to learn more about this exciting new program. If you don’t find answers to all your questions, the SCSU staff will be happy to help.
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