Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
Jefferson College of Health Professions
Medical Laboratory Sciences & Biotechnology

Curriculum

The program curriculum addresses all aspects of the medical product development process, including identifying customer requirements, understanding compliance, designing for improved performance, perform clinical trials, verification and validation, how to address commercial and financial risks, and build market success. Through lectures, case studies and symposia, students will obtain a comprehensive understanding of the design, development and delivery of medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biologics.

Students will complete six courses for a total of 18 graduate level credit hours. The program will begin in the fall semester and is designed to be completed in one calendar year.

Courses                                                                                                                               

Credits

FALL SEMESTER

 

Leading, Managing and Developing People                                                             

3

Managing Medical Product Development: Tactics and Tools           

3

SPRING SEMESTER

 

Financial and Accounting aspects of MPD                                                                 

3

Regulatory Requirements for MPD                                                                                         

3

SUMMER SEMESTER

 

Statistics and Informatics in MPD

3

Leading Medical Product Development: Product and Business Strategy

3

Total

18