Power Engineering (Certificate)

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The Certificate in Power Engineering program provides power engineers with a solid foundation in the design and analysis of large-scale power systems and state-of-the-art power conversion systems, including power systems control, power electronics, motor drives, design of fault-tolerant systems, power markets, and fundamentals of power system operation and planning.

Program Overview

The Certificate in Power Engineering program provides power engineers with a solid foundation in the design and analysis of large-scale power systems and state-of-the-art power conversion systems, including power systems control, power electronics, motor drives, design of fault-tolerant systems, power markets, and fundamentals of power system operation and planning.

Career Opportunities

An advanced education opens up a variety of career opportunities.

Certificate programs typically require a set of three to four courses that must be completed in three years with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Note: some courses in the certificate program may have prerequisites.

Students who are admitted to master’s degree programs may apply coursework previously taken in a certificate program toward the requirements for the master’s degree.

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