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Undergraduate Certificate inElectrical Power Systems

Why should I get a certificate in Electrical Power Systems?

This 16-credit-hour certificate program is intended for practicing electrical engineers who wish to change careers from electronics or computers to power systems. The certificate program is open to students who have a Bachelor of Science degree in either electrical or computer engineering or who are currently enrolled in one of these programs at Lawrence Tech. The Graduate Certificate in Electrical Power Systems is awarded upon completion of the courses listed below.

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For more information, contact Dr. Nabih Jaber, the chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
248.204.2543
njaber@ltu.edu

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Curriculum

A bachelor of science degree in electrical or computer engineering from an accredited university is required for admissions. 

Curriculum Courses Pre-Requisites Credit Hours
EEE 3513 Introduction to Electrical Systems  EEE3124 3
EEE 3511 Introduction to Electrical Systems Lab    EEE3513
EEE 4133 Electrical Machinery EEE3513 3
EEE 4131 Electrical Machinery Lab EEE4133 1
EEE 5144 Power Distribution Systems Analysis        GPA>3.0
Senior Standing
4
EEE 5314 Power Electronics EEE3314, EEE4514 or EEE3124 (B+ or better) 4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS   16


Current Lawrence Tech MSECE students or students who already have an Master of Science degree in electronics or computers from an accredited university can earn the Graduate Certificate in Electrical Power Systems upon completion of the courses listed below (12 credit hours).

Course Number Credit Hours
EEE 5134 Electrical Machinery and Transformers     4
EEE 5144 Power Distribution Systems Analysis   
EEE 5314 Power Electronics 4

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