Control Systems (Certificate)
Control systems underlie the majority of any engineering system with an electronic or computer-based function -- from manufacturing procedures to automotive systems and consumer electronics. An enhanced knowledge of the design, programming, construction, analysis, and verification of control systems provides students with extensive tools applicable in many, diverse engineering fields. This certificate program provides students with a background in electrical or computer engineering with additional education, and documentation of qualifications, in this area.
Admission Requirements: Students must be concurrently enrolled in or have completed an undergraduate degree (B.S.) in engineering with a minimum of a 2.5 cumulative major g.p.a. Students currently pursuing a B.S. in engineering must have completed at least sixty credits of undergraduate coursework and be enrolled in the professional engineering program of their discipline. Students must document satisfactory completion of all prerequisite courses (or their equivalent) with a grade of ‘C-minus’ or higher.
|ECE 3300||Introduction to Electrical Circuits||4|
|ECE 3330||Electrical Circuits II||4|
|MAT 2010||Calculus I||4|
|MAT 2020||Calculus II||4|
|MAT 2030||Calculus III||4|
|PHY 2185||University Physics for Engineers II||4|
CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS: Students interested in earning an Undergraduate Certificate in Control Systems must complete the following set of four courses (16 credits) as outlined in the following curriculum:
|ECE 4330||Linear Systems and Signals||4|
|ECE 4470||Control Systems I||4|
|ECE 5440||Computer-Controlled Systems||4|
|ECE 5470||Control Systems II||4|