Our MTM students receive unparalleled training in product design and development, identifying a clinical need, cost analysis, intellectual property, and regulatory affairs. We have an incredible team comprised of faculty at The Grove School of Engineering, Sophie Davis School for Biomedical Education, as well as faculty from some of the top schools in the country to aid the students in this process. The MTM program also has experts from life science industry and the biotech sectors that teach the curriculum with the overall mission of providing the most cutting-edge training in this constantly changing field. The program is uniquely designed so that students can earn their degree in one year (two academic semesters and one summer). The program does accept non-degree students wishing to take certain classes (marked in asterik).
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|BME I6500||BioDesign 1: Need Finding and Screening||2|
|BME I6200||Cost Analysis and the Business of Translation||1|
|BME I6100||Intellectual Property, Regulation and Quality Assurance*||3|
|MEDS I8100||Biomedical Ethics and Responsible Conduct of Research*||1|
|MEDS I7100||Translational Challenges in Medicine*||3|
|BME I6600||BioDesign 2: Conceptual Innovation||3|
|BME I6400||Translational Challenges in Diagnostics, Devices and Therapeutics*||3|
|BME I6300||Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Business Leadership||3|
|MEDS I8200||Translational Research Design*||2|
|BME I6700||BioDesign 3: Translational Solutions||3|