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Learning Outcomes - Miami Online

Master of Science in Clinical Engineering

Graduates of the M.S. in Clinical Engineering degree will be able to:

  1. Create solutions to clinical engineering problems by applying physics and mathematics
  2. Design a Phase III/IV clinical trial study
  3. Analyze data-based claims by interpreting statistical results in a clinical trial context
  4. Collect, organize, interpret, and analyze experimental data from medical instrumentation
  5. Implement and adhere to the best safety practices and patient wellness in a clinical setting
  6. Examine and ensure compliance with FDA regulations for approval of medical devices

Advanced Manufacturing and Materials Evaluation Certificate

Graduates of this certificate will be able to demonstrate:

  1. An ability to evaluate and select various manufacturing processes and/or materials to meet diverse product requirements
  2. An ability to apply simulation, design and/or testing methods to synthesize product/process attributes
  3. An ability to utilize state-of-the-art characterization techniques to evaluate engineering materials and manufacturing processes
  4. An ability to investigate how material properties are affected by manufacturing processes to improve component/system performance and reliability
  5. An ability to demonstrate knowledge in emerging areas of materials and/or manufacturing such as specialized materials including composites and biomaterials, advanced manufacturing processes (including additive), metrology, tribology and quality control etc.