The Certificate in Electrical Engineering Foundations provides a pathway for students trained in other STEM disciplines to earn an EE certificate, and thus be academically prepared to apply for admission in our Master of Science in Electrical Engineering program.
[[Program Objectives]] Students will learn the fundamental concepts of electrical engineering and be prepared for a graduate degree in the field. For students who do not wish to pursue an MSEE degree, the Certificate in Electrical Engineering Foundations provides a strong background that the student may leverage to move into EE related fields, such as technical marketing.
[[Curriculum]] All courses are taught by fully qualified UW Bothell faculty with Ph.D degrees or years of experience in EE design engineering at major companies. Students would enroll in two courses per quarter, allowing them to complete the certificate requirements in one year.
Study core electrical engineering principles, and be prepared to enter a master’s degree program in electrical engineering. Learn fundamental theories and practical applications of electric circuit analysis, device electronics, signals and systems, digital logic systems and power systems. Get an introduction to simulation techniques, tools and programs that can be used to solve engineering problems.
[[Key Outcome]] You will learn the fundamental concepts of electrical engineering and be prepared for a graduate degree program in the field.
[[Program Features]] - Specific preparation for the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering program offered at UW Bothell - Lab sessions using various software programs and industry-standard simulation tools such as MATLAB, SPICE, Logisim and LabVIEW
[[Who Should Apply]] - Individuals with a bachelor’s degree in a STEM field who want to pursue a master’s degree in electrical engineering - People with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering who want to refresh their skills - Professionals working in or hoping to enter a related field, such as technical marketing or technical program management
A Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited institution. Students may also enter into the program with an appropriate Bachelor’s Degree other than in EE from an accredited institution. With regard to an appropriate Bachelor’s Degree, would consider, for example Physics, or Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering with some appropriate EE experience or course work.
Recipient: University of Washington Bothell
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