Graduate Certificate in Power Systems Management - Details

A graduate certificate in power systems management reinforces your career and allows you to take on responsibilities exclusively given to engineers with power-specific education. These specialized programs will raise your knowledge and competency levels in key disciplines like protection and controls or power transmission. If you are not sure you want to commit to a full certificate, you can take an individual course to try it out. 

Certificate Requirments:

6 courses (18 credit hours total), this must include:

  • ECE 5500 - Power Systems Analysis

Choose 2 or 3 of the following:

  • ECE 5510 - Power Quality
  • ECE 5511 - Transients in Power Systems
  • ECE 5512 - Electromechanical Energy Conversion
  • ECE 5520 - Power System Protection and Control
  • ECE 5521 - Protective Relaying
  • ECE 5522 - Advanced Applications in Protective Relaying
  • ECE 5523 - Power System Dynamics
  • ECE 5530 - Power Distribution
  • ECE 5531 - Power Systems Operations and Planning
  • ECE 5540 - ElectricPower Transmission
  • ECE 523 - Power Electronics
  • ECE 5532 - Distribution and Renewable Power Generation

Choose 2 or 3 courses from the School of Business:

  • MIS 576 - Project Management
  • OBC 500 - Group and Interpersonal Dynamics in Complex Organizations
  • OIE 541 - Operations Risk Management
  • OIE 598E - Engineering Economics
  • BUS 598 - Energy Management
     


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