graduate certificate in telecommunications engineering

Summary

This certificate program in Telecommunications Engineering is intended for electrical engineers, computer engineers, or computer scientists who wish to pursue a career or advance their career in telecommunications engineering. The certificate program also is open to students who are currently enrolled in Lawrence Tech's Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering program.

Admission Requirements

A bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or computer science from an accredited university.

Current Lawrence Tech Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering students can earn the certificate by taking any three (12 credit hours) of the above courses.

Curriculum

Students must choose four courses (16 credit hours) from the following list to earn the certificate.

Curriculum Courses    Credit Hours
EEE5444 Digital Communications   4
EEE5654 Digital Signal Processing  4
EEE5274 Digital Image Processing 
EEE5784 Communication Circuits         4
EEE6444 Software Defined Radio  4
EEE6784 Advanced Communication Theory  4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS:  16

 

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Admission Requirements

A bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or computer science from an accredited university.

Current Lawrence Tech Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering students can earn the certificate by taking any three (12 credit hours) of the curriculum courses.


For more information, contact Lawrence Tech’s Office of Admissions at 800.CALL.LTU or admissions@ltu.edu.

Dr. Richard Johnston
Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
248.204.2534

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