Program Type: Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

The graduate certificate program in Autonomy is a multidisciplinary program designed for ECE and non-ECE (such as ECE, CS, CSE, ISE, CAEE, etc) graduate students to gain Autonomy-related knowledge and skills in order to meet the diverse requirements of Autonomy-related positions.

Requirements for the Graduate Certificate Program:

  • Students must have a B.S degree in an associated field of study.
  • His/her current GPA must be 2.8 or above.

Summary of Certificate Course Requirements:

This certificate requires four 3-credit courses and a 0-credit seminar course:

  • One 3-credit required course (ECEN 668: Theory of Linear Control Systems)
  • Two elective 3-credit courses from the selected track, chosen from:
    • Track 1: Smart Transportation and Autonomous Vehicles;
    • Track 2: Intelligent Control Systems; or
    • Track 3: Cyber Physical Human Systems
  • One elective 3-credit course from an autonomy track other than the selected track 
  • A 0-credit seminar course, which requires attendance in weekly seminars and be the presenter at least in one of the seminars.

The student should receive B or better for all required and elective courses.



Contact Information

College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Graduate Coordinator: Zhijian Xie

Department Chair: Abdullah Eroglu

Department Website