RF Systems Engineering Graduate Certificate

Program Requirements

To complete the program and obtain the certificate, four (4) of the following courses should be completed:

Core Courses(Required)

  • EECS 622 Radio Transmission Systems (Fall)
  • EECS 721 Antennas (Spring)
  • EECS 723 Microwave Engineering (Spring)

Elective Courses (choose one)

  • EECS 713 High-Speed Digital Circuit Design (Fall)
  • EECS 725 Intro to Radar
  • EECS 823 Microwave Remote Sensing

The completion requirements of the graduate certificate in RF systems engineering include: (a) students must have a GPA of 3.0 or better on the required courses; (b) the minimum grade for any course to be applied toward the certificate is a grade of C; and (c) no credits may be transferred from another institution for this certificate.

Note: The completion of the graduate certificate program does not lead to automatic admission to the MSEE program. However, for students who are able to gain admission to the MSEE program within five years of earning the certificate, all certificate course work completed with a grade B or higher will be recognized through a combination of the following methods. For students admitted to the MSEE program before completion of the certificate, all certificate course work may also be applied to the degree-granting program. For students admitted to the MSEE program after completing the certificate, departments will use a combination of transfer credit and degree requirement waivers to recognize the 12 hours earned through the certificate program. At the discretion of the degree-granting program and the Graduate Division, up to nine (9) credit hours may be transferred to the degree program. For the purposes of the MSEE program, completion of the graduate certificate in RF Systems Engineering within five years, with a grade of B or better, shall also be recognized as exceptional preparation which warrants the waiver of course work completed during the certificate program and not transferred. Please see the M.A. & M.S. Degrees and Graduate Credit policies for more information.