The Power Systems Engineering Certificate at Clemson University consists of three classes in the areas of power engineering, power systems analysis, and electric machines. This certificate program requires a basic knowledge of DC and AC circuit theory including Kirchhoff’s Laws, complex frequency, and Laplace transforms.
Individuals without a basic knowledge of DC and AC circuit theory can complete appropriate coursework (e.g., ECE 3070 – Basic Electrical Engineering or ECE 2020 – Electric Circuits I and ECE 2620 – Electric Circuits II).
- ECE 3600 Electric Power Engineering
- ECE 4180 Power System Analysis
- ECE 4190 Electric Machines and Drives
A grade of C of better is required for all courses that are part of the certificate program.
Frequently Asked Questions
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All courses are delivered asynchronous and offered 24/7.
8-15 weeks per course
Plan to spend approximately 15-20 hours a week working on a course.
You can get started in February, April and September. See program course schedules here.
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