Gainful Employment

As a licensed, approved, and regulated educational institution in the state of Colorado, the Medical Sales College is committed to providing our students with information that will assist them in making decisions about their education and preparation for a career in medical sales.

The information presented in this section on Gainful Employment is intended to help you assess the ?return on investment? that you can reasonably expect upon the successful completion of an MSC 8-12 week orthopaedic sales program.

At the Medical Sales College, we recognize that our students make a significant investment ? financially and otherwise ? in preparing for this career and deserve to have resources available to them in making determinations.


Program Costs

Q: How much will this program cost me?
A: The costs below are indicative of the total cost of completing one of our many programs at the Medical Sales College. Associated expenses are estimates only, and tuition and fees are subject to change.
Tuition $6,000-$14,000
Surgical Education $0
Sawbones Lab $0
Scrubs $25/pair
MDRepTrack Software $350
Room & Board Up to student
Travel $300-$500

Payment Options

Q: What are my options to pay for this program?
A: We accept cash, check, or credit card payments made with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. We have financing available. Please see our financing tab.

Success Rates

Q: How long will it take me to complete the program?

A: Our programs are 8 or 12 weeks.

Q: What percentage of students find employment in their field or a related field?

A: Our job placement rate is over 90%.

Q: What job opportunities are available for graduates of this program?

A: Our programs prepare students to assume outside sales positions in the competitive field of medical device sales.

Q: What kind of compensation can I expect upon graduation?

A: According to the 2020 Medical Device Sales Salary Report, medical device professionals can expect to make $180,146 on average annually.