The Embedded Computer Engineering Professional Certificate provides technical professionals with the skill to design embedded computers. With increasing levels of hardware integration, faster processing capability and decreasing cost of embedded processors, new and more innovative applications are appearing regularly.
The core curriculum of the Embedded Computer Engineering Professional Certificate covers the fundamentals of real time embedded systems, controller design and programming, real-time operating systems, and hardware/software interfacing. The hands-on courses combine lecture, discussions of actual student applications and a class project. The program electives allow the student to complement the core course of study with classes most appropriate to their personal job requirements and career advancement.
The Embedded Computer Engineering Professional Certificate is designed to enhance the technical professional's basic and practical knowledge of embedded computer systems. The curriculum is applied, teaching basic embedded engineering principles, design tools, and practical skills. The instructors bring many years of practical workplace experience in the subject that they teach and expose the students to many real workplace examples.
The Embedded Computer Engineering Professional Certificate has provided career growth opportunities for many of its students in the past and could be just the training you need at this time in your career.
Apply credit to M.S. Degree at University of Wisconsin, Plattville
Upon completion of the Professional Certificate in Embedded Computer Engineering, twelve (12) units can be transferred into the University of Wisconsin, Plattville, M.S. in Engineering (degree offered fully online).
|Course Title||Course Number||Units||FA||WI||SP||SU|
|PREREQUISITES (Can be waived, upon request, with equivalent experience)|
|Introduction to Embedded Systems||O||O|
|C/C++ Programming II : Dynamic Memory and File I/O Concepts||X||O||X||O|
|REQUIRED COURSES (Courses should be taken in the order listed.)|
|Embedded Controller Programming I: Introduction||O||O||X|
|Embedded Controller Programming II: Embedded C||X||O||O|
|Embedded Controller Programming III: Real-Time Programming||X||O||O|
|Embedded Controller Hardware Design||O||O|
|Embedded Computer Hardware Interfacing||O||O|
|ELECTIVE COURSES (Completion of 11 units of electives is required.)|
|Android Programming I||X||O||X||O|
|Practical Embedded Design with PSOC3/5||X|
|Practical Wireless Embedded Design w/PSOC||X|
|L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City X=Location TBA|
Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to register in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See Certificate FAQs for more information.
|Certificate Section ID:||095927||Add to Cart|
|Contact:||Engineering, (858) 534-9357|
A degree and/or work experience background in Electrical or Computer engineering is highly advised at entry to the program. The prerequisite courses are designed to provide basic knowledge in programming or electronics if the student does not possess it.
The required courses are to be taken in sequence. This is especially mandated for the first three Embedded Computer Programming courses (ECP I, II and III). Elective courses can be taken after ECP II when knowledge in Embedded principles is acquired.
Senior Engineer, NRaD
Associate Professor, ECE
UC San Diego
Choon Kim, Ph.D.
Sr. Development Engineer, CSE
UC San Diego
Fred Raab, M.S.
Edward Snow, Ph.D.
Donald G. Thomas, Ph.D.