Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificate Programs

The department offers the following Graduate Certificate programs, which are tailored for those who wish to improve their current skillset and knowledge or wish to take a different path in their career without committing to a full Masters Degree program. Graduate Certificates generally require completion of four advanced courses. Admission requirements for the Certificate programs are the same as those for the Masters degree, and many of the Graduate Certificates are available on-line through Stevens WebCampus.

Students completing undergraduate or graduate degrees can use courses counting towards a Graduate Certificate as credits within their regular degree program. Several undergraduates use their technical elective options to complete a Graduate Certificate, adding depth in a specific certificate topic to their Bachelor's degree.

Software Design for Embedded and Information Systems

Choose four of the following:

  • CPE 545 Communication Software and Middleware
  • CPE 555 Real-Time and Embedded Systems
  • CPE 556 Computing Principles for Embedded Systems
  • NIS 593 Applied Data Structures & Algorithms
  • CPE 640 Software Engineering I
  • EE/CPE 810/5xx Software Systems and Prototyping I
  • EE/CPE 810/5xx Software Systems and Prototyping II
  • EE 810/5xx Engineering Programming: C++
  • EE 810/5xx Engineering Programming: Java
  • EE 810/5xx Engineering Programming: Python
  • Autonomous Robotics

    Choose four of the following:

    • CPE 521 Autonomous Mobile Robotic Systems
    • CPE 555 Real-Time and Embedded Systems
    • EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory
    • EE 621 Nonlinear Control
    • EE 631 Cooperating Autonomous Mobile Robots
    Real-Time & Embedded Systems

    Choose four of the following:

    • CPE 517 Digital and Computer Systems Architecture
    • CPE 545 Communication Software and Middleware
    • CPE 555 Real-Time and Embedded Systems
    • CPE 556 Computing Principles for Mobile and Embedded Systems
    • CPE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design
    Digital Signal Processing

    Choose four of the following:

    • EE 548 Digital Signal Processing
    • EE 613 Digital Signal Processing for Communications
    • EE 616 Signal Detection and Estimation for Communications
    • EE 664 Advanced Digital Signal Processing
    • EE 666 Multidimensional Signal Processing
    Multimedia Technology

    Choose four of the following:

    • CPE 592 Computer and Multimedia Network Security
    • CPE 612 Principles of Multimedia Compression
    • CPE 636 Integrated Services - Multimedia
    • CPE 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision
    • EE 666 Multidimensional Signal Processing
    Wireless Communications

    Choose four of the following:

    • EE 583 Wireless communications
    • EE 584 Wireless Systems Security
    • EE 585 Physical Design of Wireless Systems
    • EE 586 Wireless Networking: Architecture, Protocols and Standards
    • EE 651 Spread Spectrum and CDMA
    • EE 653 Cross-Layer Design for Wireless Networks
    Networked Information Systems

    Choose four of the following:

    • NIS 560 Introduction to Networked Information Systems
    • NIS 565 Management of Local Area Networks
    • NIS 604 Analytical Methods for Networks
    • NIS 654 Design and Analysis of Network Systems
    • NIS 679 Computer and Information Networks
    Secure Network Systems Design

    Choose four of the following:

    • CPE 560 Introduction to Networked Information Systems
    • CPE 592 Computer and Multimedia Network Security
    • CPE 654 Design and Analysis of Network Systems
    • CPE 691 Information Systems Security
    • EE 584 Wireless Systems Security
    Microelectronics and Photonics

    Choose four of the following:

    • EE 503 Introduction to Solid State Physics
    • EE 507 Introduction to Microelectronics and Photonics
    • EE 561 Solid State Electronics for Engineering I
    • EE 562 Solid State Electronics for Engineering II
    • EE 585 Physical Design of Wireless Systems
    • EE 595 Reliability and Failure of Solid State Devices
    • EE 596 Micro-Fabrication Techniques
    • EE 619 Solid State Devices
    • EE 690 Introduction to VLSI Design
    • EE 507 Introduction to Microelectronics and Photonics
    • EE 509 Intermediate Waves and Optics
    • EE 515 Photonics I
    • EE 516 Photonics II
    • EE 626 Optical Communication Systems
    • EE 681 Fourier Optics

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    EE Program Director
    201-216-5606
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    CpE Program Director
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    201-216-8066
    yingying.chen@stevens.edu

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