The ME Department offers three certificate programs, which provide flexibility for working professionals. These programs offer a concentrated study of modern principles.
A certificate in Mechanics and Materials will be awarded upon successful completion of four courses selected from the list below. These four courses must include at least one course selected from each of the two disciplines: a) Mechanics and b) Materials. ME 7000 can be taken as one of the courses that count towards the certificate but it will not count towards the required one course from either discipline.
A Certificate in Machinery Dynamics* will be awarded upon successful completion of any four of the following courses:
A certificate in Thermofluid Systems* will be awarded upon successful completion of any four of the following courses:
A certificate in Electro-Mechanical Systems will be awarded upon successful completion of a total of five courses. One of these courses is required and the remaining four are electives to be chosen from the Elective course list below. At least one elective must be an ME graduate class from the list below. Similarly, at least one elective must be an ECE graduate class from the list below.
Elective Courses: (Choose four from the following list)
Only one of these courses may be counted toward the Electro-Mechanical Systems Certificate.
While ME 7000 may be used toward these certificate programs, it cannot be counted toward two different ME certificates.
These courses will be accepted only if the selected topics are appropriate for the certificate, as determined by the graduate committee chair.