Mexican and American experts advance together in the improvement of the industry through the joint graduate program in Medical Manufacturing between CETYS University and St. Cloud State University of Minnesota (SCSU), USA.
“At SCSU we are proud to be working with CETYS, in a common commitment to promote the success of students beyond the classroom. Encouraging them to transform classroom learning and add value to the industry,” said Cathy. Krier, Director MedTech Graduate Degree Programs College of Science & Engineering SCSU.
Graduates will now be able to contribute to the specialization of human resources through academic training with a global approach and updating the processes and tools implemented in this sector with benefits for Mexico and the United States.
“We are training professionals with specialized knowledge, with an international perspective, who are contributing to make their companies even more competitive. At CETYS we are committed to collaborate and meet present and future needs”, said Dr. Jorge Sosa López, Director of the CETYS System Engineering College.
The event was attended by Dr. Alberto Gárate Rivera, Academic Vicepresident of the CETYS University System; Jessica Ibarra Ramonet, Dean of the Tijuana and Ensenada Campuses; Heberto Peterson, Academic Director of the Tijuana Campus; representing the medical manufacturing industry Miguel Rochín, VP of Operations at Medtronic Mexico, as well as Eliezer De Jesus, VP Quality at Medtronic Minnesota.
Thanks to the collaborative work between CETYS University and SCSU, 13 students of the Master of Engineering and Innovation obtained their certification of the Medical Manufacturing Program, thus being the first generation to obtain this recognition.
The CETYS Graduate Program in Medical Manufacturing has distinguished international experts from the industry whose performance is key for companies in the medical device industry, making learning a base in real cases. It is aimed at Professionals, Technicians and Business Administrators, responsible for the manufacturing processes of medical products.