A certificate program is being offered for students who wish to acquire specific knowledge and skills in the design and implementation of embedded systems. The program is designed for a wide range of students:
- Current undergraduate students enrolled in BSEE, BSC&EE, or BSME program who wish to earn a Certificate in Embedded Systems along with their BS degree.
- Working Engineers with a degree in EE, Comp Eng., or ME who wish to specialize in embedded systems.
- Technologists with a working knowledge of analog electronics, digital electronics, and microprocessors.
Either an academic or a working knowledge of analog electronics, digital electronics, and microprocessors is required. Some familiarity with C++ is also required. If specific knowledge in any of these areas is missing, students who wish to receive the certificate must take one or more of the following prerequisite courses (or equivalents):
The Certificate program requires 17 credit hours of coursework. The following courses are required (11 hours)
|Elective courses must be selected from the following list of courses. (6 credit hours)|
A maximum of 8 credit hours can be transferred from other institutions, providing the courses being transferred have not been sided to satisfy other degree requirements. Of the 8 credit hours, up to 6 are allowed for recitation courses, and up to 2 are allowed for lab courses.
For more information, contact Lawrence Tech’s Office of Admissions at 800.CALL.LTU or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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