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2013-2014 Graduate Catalog 
2013-2014 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Real-time Embedded System Design Graduate Certificate

Contact: Mitchell Neilsen

Offered through the Computing and Information Sciences  graduate program, the purpose of the graduate certificate program is to provide opportunities for students with various engineering backgrounds to gain knowledge and experience on design and implementation of real-time embedded systems. This program offers students systematic training in multiple engineering fields, including computer science and engineering, electrical engineering, and other engineering fields to which real-time embedded systems are applied.

General Requirements:

Graduate students pursuing an M.S. or a Ph.D. degree in any engineering discipline may apply for the Real-time embedded system graduate certificate program. Students may also apply for this program without linking it to a graduate degree program. Applications will be reviewed and approved by the Coordinating Committee of the Program. A total of 18 credit hours are required to complete the certificate program. This includes 6-9 credit hours from a selected course list and 9-12 credit hours from a four semester course sequence in real-time embedded system design.

Four-Semester Course Sequence

Course I: three modules

This course is designed to be a remedial course for students who do not have a proper background for the subsequent courses in the series.

Course II: three modules

Implementation of simple but complete real-time embedded systems.

Course III: