As a student of Regulatory Affairs and Services you will be prepared to take a leadership role in one of the most in-demand professions in the medical device industry. You will learn the educational and career skills necessary for managing the regulatory approval processes from faculty who are industry experts with practical experience in the field. You will receive an education in regulatory affairs with a focus on clinical affairs, quality systems and health care reimbursement.
Offered at the Twin Cities Graduate Center in Maple Grove, Minnesota, and is available online through a synchronous Adobe Connect Connection. Courses offered weekday evenings and Saturday mornings. Designed in collaboration with medtech industry professionals. An experience course provides students with direct industry regulatory submission experience. Courses can be taken on a stand-alone basis as a non-degree seeking student. $63,567 is the average salary for medtech workers in Minnesota. Medtech employees earn on average 40% more than their counterparts in other industries.
Only regulatory program in the United States focused on medical devices. Courses are taught by industry experts with practical experience and leadership working in regulatory and related fields — many with 15 to 30 years experience. 1 of 3 programs in the United States chosen to distribute a $10,000 annual scholarship from the Association of Medical Diagnostic Manufacturers. The industry's most senior and experienced executive leaders in clinical research serve on the program's industry advisory board. The annual medtech networking and job fair is the largest of its kind featuring 15-20 medtech industry companies.