Quality Engineering for Regulated Medical Technologies - Certificate

Quality engineering principles are mandated by federal and state regulations for clinical facilities and for the design, testing and manufacture of medical technologies (such as pharmaceuticals and imaging, diagnostic and therapeutic devices). Completion of this certificate requires specific instruction in quality engineering and regulation of medical technologies; moreover, candidates must go beyond understanding concepts and demonstrate appropriate usage of quality engineering principles in a medically related career, candidates for this certificate are expected to be entering a high-growth job market for engineers.

For additional information, contact the Quality Engineering for Regulated Medical Technologies Certificate coordinator or Engineering Academic and Student Affairs, Engineering Activities Building B, (979) 845-7200.

Select one of the following:3
Design of Medical Devices
Design of Medical Devices
FDA Good Laboratory and Clinical Practices
FDA Good Laboratory and Clinical Practices
Medical Device Path to Market
Medical Device Path to Market
Medical Device Regulation
Global Medical Device Regulation
Select one of the following:3
Statistical Control of Quality
Total Quality Engineering
Advanced Quality Control
XXEN 485 or XXEN 684Internship to be approved by certificate faculty to meet experience needs3
Select one of the following: 13
FDA Good Laboratory and Clinical Practices
FDA Good Laboratory and Clinical Practices
Clinical Engineering
Medical Device Regulation
Global Medical Device Regulation
Design of Medical Devices
Design of Medical Devices
Statistical Control of Quality
Total Quality Engineering
Advanced Quality Control
Design and Analysis of Industrial Experiments
Medical Manufacturing
Laboratory Quality Systems
Total Semester Credit Hours12
1

 Course cannot be used to satisfy the required courses, and both the undergraduate and graduate versions of the same course cannot be used. For example, BMEN 404 and BMEN 604 cannot both count toward fulfilling requirements.