100% Online Mechanical Engineering Controls Graduate Certificate
The newly launched Mechanical Engineering Controls Graduate Certificate is a 9-credit-hour program ideal for engineers of all levels who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the control and optimization of processes and systems.
Designed for working professionals, this program is entirely online and asynchronous. This flexible online format will allow you to view video lectures, complete experiential projects and engage with professors and classmates while continuing to work full-time. Affordable and convenient, our program is a practical way to gain industry-relevant skills that are invaluable for academic and career advancement.
This Mechanical Engineering Controls Graduate Certificate is composed of three courses:
- ME 381M Statistical Methods for Process Control and Manufacturing
- ME 386M Modeling, Simulation, and Control of Physical Systems
- ME 387M Introduction to Automatic Control
All 9 credit hours earned in this graduate certificate program can be applied to the Executive MS in Mechanical Engineering, so long as you are accepted and in good academic standing. Completion of our graduate certificate program does not guarantee admission into our master’s degree program, but it may help satisfy admission requirements.
Graduate Certificate Admission Requirements
The minimum requirements to apply to the graduate certificate program are:
- A Bachelor of Science in engineering or a related field.
- A 3.0 GPA.*
- A resume and statement of purpose.
- TOEFL or IELTS scores, if applicable.
*Conditional admission may be possible if your GPA is below 3.0.
For more information about requirements, exceptions, conditional admission and applying with a non-U.S. degree, visit the Admissions page.
Graduate Certificate Tuition
Tuition is $4,000 per course plus fees for all students, regardless of their location. In total, tuition is $12,000 plus fees. This tuition rate is subject to change.
For more information about options for funding your education, visit the tuition page.
Required Courses (9 Credit Hours)
|ME 381M – Statistical Methods for Process Control and Manufacturing
|ME 386M – Modeling, Simulation, and Control of Physical Systems
|ME 387M – Introduction to Automatic Control