How to Apply
In order to be considered for enrollment in the Orthopaedic MBA at Grace, you must fulfill certain admission requirements. Below is a list of the requirements for the Master of Business Administration in Orthopaedics program.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
- Undergraduate GPA: minimum 3.20
- Complete the application process
- Letter of recommendation
- Personal essay
- Interview process for recent graduates seeking a Fellowship.
Applications close March 22, 2024.
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The student will be introduced to the program and staff, as well as the larger campus community and the resources available to them. Additionally, the history of orthopaedic medical device manufacturing will be discussed, as well as current industry issues and the economic implications of being located in the "Orthopaedic Capital of the World". Students will follow the life of an orthopedic product from concept to obsolescence. Along the way, the role of the FDA and regulatory and clinical affairs will be showcased and orthopaedic careers will be explored in depth.
This course is an introduction to the general anatomy and physiology of the musculoskeletal system and related structures. This course includes structural make-up, group composition, relationships, and location of each bone. Common types of fractures and treatments will be discussed. Also covered will be common pathologies and treatment options relevant to the orthopaedic industry in general.
The course is designed to provide an introduction to international regulatory affairs, including information on the skill set required, business culture and the status of global harmonization of regulations. The course will cover specifics of medical device registration in various markets, including the European Union, Canada, Australia, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Japan, South Korea, China, and selected countries that are currently developing a medical device regulatory system. The emphasis will be on premarket requirements for general medical devices.
Topics to be covered will relate to Marketing, Business Policy, and Statistical Techniques along with meeting industry leaders and learning about soft skills necessary to thrive in the orthopaedic industry.
Topics to be covered will relate to Ethics, Financial Management and Economics along with meeting industry leaders and learning about soft skills necessary to thrive in the orthopaedic industry.
Topics to be covered will relate to Human Recourses, Operations Management and Legal Issues along with meeting industry leaders and learning about soft skills necessary to thrive in the orthopaedic industry.