The graduate certificate in Power Electronics requires 5 courses: 3 core courses and 2 electives. Each of the core courses includes a laboratory component and is a 4-credit course, while the electives are 3-credit courses, such that the certificate requires a total of 18 credit hours of coursework.

  • Core Courses (4 credits each)
    • EE 562 Introduction to Electric Power
    • EE 566 Introduction to Electric Machines and Drives
    • EE 568 Introduction to Power Electronics
  • Electives (3 credits each) - choose two
    • EE 564 Control and Dynamics in Power Systems and Microgrids
    • EE 560 Shipboard Electrical Power Systems
    • EE 662 Advanced Power Systems
    • EE 666 Electric Machine Design
    • EE 668 Advanced Power Electronics
    • EE 669 High Voltage Technology Related to Power Systems
    • EE 670 Power Generation Operation and Control
    • EE 673 Vector Control of Drives
    • EE 674 Power System Protection