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.
6 courses (18 credit hours total), this must include:
ECE 5500 – Power Systems Analysis
Brian Majerowicz, Principle Engineer, Substation Engineering, Baltimore Gas and Electric
“Pursuing Power Engineering has always been something I’ve wanted to do, but between working full time and balancing married life with a family of four, it looked as though it was never going to be a reality. The flexibility [of the online program] is what made this possible.”
Brian Majerowicz, Principle Engineer, Substation Engineering Baltimore Gas & Electric
WPI is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc., and holds additional accreditation in the areas of engineering, technology, the sciences, and business. Visit the accreditation page for more details.
You choose your education journey. You can take an individual course, a certificate program or pursue a degree. If you are degree seeking, official transcripts will be required and placement tests may need to be completed.