Medical Devices Design and Manufacturing Graduate Certificate


Program Director
Sven Esche

The Medical Devices Design and Manufacturing Graduate Certificate is geared toward individuals interested in the technical challenges of this rapidly growing area. It includes the manufacturing of medical devices, specifically manufacturing processes, facilities design isses, validation and regulatory affairs concepts which drive the industry, and design of BioMEMS and electromechanical devices.

 

Course #Course NameInstructor (s)Semester
PME/ME/CHE539Bioprocess Technology in API ManufacturingLeonid Shnayder, Vi van-TrieuSummer A-2014
PME/ME/CHE643Design and Management of AsepticAustin McDonaldFall-2014
PME/ME/CHE646Biopharm Facilities DesignVi van-TrieuTBA


 

 

General Information
 
Credits 3 Credits Per Course/12 Credits Per Certificate
Tuition per credit

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Stevens Institute of Technology
Castle Point on the Hudson
Hoboken, NJ 07030
United States of America

A graduate certificate program from Stevens' Charles V. Schaefer School of Engineering available online. Co-sponsored by AACEI, ACM, AIChEIEEE, NECA, NSPE, and SNAME.

If you're a professional with a bachelor's degree, you can earn a graduate certificate or a masters degree in an outstanding online Pharmaceutical Manufacturing program delivered by the same superior faculty who teach in conventional settings. You receive the finest professional education using rich Internet features -- threaded discussions, chat, bulletin boards, e-mail, file sharing, whiteboards, and workgroups for in-depth participation. You also have online library privileges, with instant search and retrieval of important databases.

 It was very well put together; material was interesting and very organized, exams were a reflection of material, and the lecture notes were well written as well. Overall, just a well designed and executed course."
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