Engineering Graduate Certificates

Engineering Graduate CertificatesReimagine graduate engineering education

The Opus College of Engineering designed engineering certificates with input from our industry partners to meet the needs of real world industry and business.  The certificates are designed for the practicing engineer with program options to gain specialized technical knowledge and courses beyond engineering such as law, business, communications, and humanities.  This certificate program prepares graduates to meet global needs across multiple industries for students to design their future tailored to their interests and career goals.

Flexible, affordable engineering programs

We recognize the importance for flexibility of a graduate certificate. That’s why we are offering students the opportunity to take courses part-time or full-time. The Dean of the Opus College of Engineering is also offering a tuition credits to support engineers completing the certificates.  Students completing the first 6 credits in a certificate will have the opportunity for tuition discount to complete a 12 credit certificate for the tuition cost of 10 credits.  For more information, please speak with our admissions specialist.

 

 

 


 

Explore the certificates

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Environmental Engineering

Expand your depth and breadth of knowledge to solve complex environmental engineering problems to protect public health and the environment.

 

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Renewable Energy Technology and Integration

Develop the capabilities required to solve complex energy problems in this growing career.

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Essential Skills for Practicing Engineers

Explore and refine your leadership skills while expanding the mindset of engineers to integrate cross-functional perspectives in decision making

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Systems Engineering

Apply mathematical and scientific principles to the interdisciplinary engineering design, development, and operation of systems that efficiently satisfy stakeholder needs, fulfill the intended operation, and have a long and useful operating life.

 

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Machine Learning

Grab the opportunity to achieve a greater technical understanding of the elements of machine learning, which includes algorithms, intelligent systems, neural networks, pattern recognition, and deep learning.

 

Take the next step towards your future.

 


 


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