The Certificate in Powertrain Modeling & Control incorporates many different aspects of traditional Powertrain engineering as well as new technologies into a specialized one-year certificate program.
This certificate consists of two graduate credit courses and two non-credit seminars that can be completed in one academic year (August-May). However, students have the option of completing the certificate requirements in two years to accommodate work schedules. Three non-credit prep seminars also are available to review math concepts and software used in the two graduate-level credit courses:
In addition, two non-credit seminars must be completed from the following options:
- Alternative Fuels
- Automotive HVAC
- Matlab for Data Anaylsis and Calibration
- SIL & HIL Techniques for Automotive Control Development