Grace Opens New Enrollment Windows For Orhopaedic Grad Programs

Grace College has opened additional enrollment windows for two graduate programs offered through the OrthoWorx Center of Excellence at Grace College, the college announced.
In addition to the annual May start date, students can now matriculate in September and January for the Orthopaedic Regulatory and Clinical Affairs program and the Medical Device Quality Management program. 
Both master’s programs are accelerated and designed to finish in 12 to 16 months. Courses are offered in weekend and week night formats, to accomodate working adults. Non-credit and certificate options are available as well. 
The MDQM courses can also be modified to fit into Grace’s bachelor degree-completion program.
Both graduate programs offer a distance learning option to allow students to participate virtually, in real-time. Financial aid is available for degree-seeking students, as well as career coaching and networking, the announcement states.
Dr. Bill Katip, president of Grace College, is pleased to partner with OrthoWorx to bring these programs to the community and beyond, the announcement states.
Katip remarked in the announcement, “The impact of these programs has been significant, not only in developing new talent for high-demand areas in the orthopaedic industry, but also in providing career advancement opportunities for existing employees.”
For more information and to complete a free application, visit the program websites at and or contact program director Allyn Decker via email at or by phone at 574-372-5100, ext. 6509.

(Story By The Times Union)