The MTM program appeals to individuals with degrees in engineering, biology, life sciences, or other STEM disciplines, postdoctoral fellows, as well as practicing engineering and professionals from backgrounds in engineering, science, medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and healthcare business.

Candidates should be interested in learning the skills and concepts required to bring new medical technology to market and have an entrepreneurial drive to create products that directly impact human health.

Students are purposefully placed on multi-disciplinary teams to learn from each other and benefit from different academic perspectives.

LOW-COST AND AFFORDABLE GRADUATE EDUCATION WITH WORLD-CLASS FACULTY

COMPLETE A MASTER’S DEGREE IN LESS THAN ONE YEAR

ENHANCE YOUR RESUME WITH THE COMPETITIVE SKILLS NEEDED TO NAVIGATE THE EVOLVING HEALTHCARE LANDSCAPE

ACCESS TO CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES
CONNECT WITH BIOTECH AND MEDTECH LEADERS

The program aims to train our students in the process of commercializing a medical solution that addresses an unmet clinical need.

Current Student Profile

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Hear it from our 2023-2024 Cohort…

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Hanan Yafai

Undergraduate Degree: Psychology at Brooklyn College

I am interested in translational medicine, pharmaceutical development, medical device innovation and The MTM program at CCNY offers a specialized curriculum that focuses on bridging the gap between scientific discoveries and healthcare applications.

Heejin Cho

Undergraduate Degree: Biomedical Engineering at CCNY

I chose the MTM program to learn about the real challenges when translating engineering concepts into tangible innovations while obtaining essential skills in medical invention, entrepreneurship and business leadership. I am particularly excited about the opportunity to work with individuals from different academic backgrounds and explore the potential synergy that emerges from such collaboration.

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Daniela Nunez-Garcia

Undergraduate Degree: Cell and Molecular Biology at John Jay College

I choose to attend this program because I believe it will allow me to fully use my leadership and mentoring skills from previous jobs to make an impact in healthcare. Not to mention that it will allow me to work alongside professionals from diverse backgrounds, something which I’ve always had an interest for.

Katya Dressler

Undergraduate Degree: Biomedical Engineering at CCNY

I wanted to remain in a medical-related field that allows me to be flexible in my future career choices while improving my existing skills. I am interested in continuing my future in the medical industry and found that the MTM program works to foster skills to allow for an easier transition from academia to industry.

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Frank Ortiz

Undergraduate Degree: Clinical Lab Science at SUNY University at Buffalo

I want to be involved in clinical diagnostic research and MTM allows me to expand on my clinical lab skills while entering the engineering space.

Hana Kassem

Undergraduate Degree: Biomedical Engineering at CCNY

MTM provides an unparalleled opportunity to dive deep into the commercialization of medical technologies and develop the skills needed to bring medical innovations from concept to market. Enrolling in MTM allows me to further enhance my biomedical engineering background with the hopes of expediting the process of bringing medical research into the clinic and benefitting patients.

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Rokia Sangare

Undergraduate Degree: Psychology at CCNY

I chose attend MTM because of my interest in medicine and also technology. I wanted to further my education in something that incorporated both the medical aspect and the technological aspects when it comes to healthcare. I also want to make an impact on healthcare that can be utilized globally.

Nicolle Montilla

Undergraduate Degree: Biology at CCNY

I wanted to advance my education and the mix of medicine and engineering seems exciting to learn.

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Abass Kane

Undergraduate Degree: Mechanical Engineering at NY City College of Technology

I chose this program because it is unique and offer hands-on experience of the medical device industry.

Hygerta Deliaj

Undergraduate Degree: Electrical Engineering at CCNY

MTM is a good start to transition into medicine. Fast and affordable master’s degree.

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Afaf Ulay

Undergraduate Degree: Biomedical Engineering at CCNY

I chose to attend the MTM program because it offers a unique curriculum that covers all aspects of the medical technology innovation process, aligning perfectly with my interests. The program provides exciting opportunities to explore cutting-edge developments in the field of biomedical devices.