The certificate is a specialized graduate-level credential reflecting knowledge of the most up-to-date research in the field. Once completed, the certificate is notated on the transcripts, and a certificate diploma is awarded to the student. Certificate completion increases your competitiveness, enhances your performance, and helps prepare you for the changing nature of business.
Robotics (on campus)
Robotics includes many technical aspects, such as mechatronics, kinematics, controls, programming, algorithm development, and more. This certificate in Robotics prepares students for work in robotics and exposes them to several facets of the field. The program allows for a focus on the hardware and modeling or the algorithms, all of which are the integral components of robotics.
Systems Engineering (fully online)
This certificate program offers both quantitative and qualitative approaches to strengthen systems engineering credentials.
Technology Management (fully online)
This certificate program teaches students how to combine qualitative approaches with quantitative methods resulting in a strengthening of engineering credentials and the development of managerial competency.
Total Quality Management (fully online)
The University of South Florida's Industrial & Management Systems Engineering department offers a fully online graduate certificate in Total Quality Management.
Transportation System Analysis (fully online)
The curriculum provides an opportunity to advance one's credentials and knowledge in the field of transportation engineering. It includes extended knowledge in such areas as planning, analysis and design, all vital to transportation planners.
Wireless Engineering (fully online)
This certificate recognizes post-bachelors preparation for engineering of modern wireless circuits, antennas and communication systems. The applicable course list allows significant flexibility to accommodate variability in student preparation, and course scheduling. The program allows emphasis to be placed in either circuits and antennas or systems and networks, while requiring exposure to both.
Materials Science and Engineering (on campus)
The purpose of the Materials Working Group is to bring together all research activities at the University of South Florida related to materials research. Since many departments, colleges, and institutes are conducting materials research, this group facilities the transfer of new ideas and permits the maximum utilization of shared resources.
Water, Health and Sustainability (on campus)
The graduate certificate in Water, Health and Sustainability is intended for public health professionals, humanitarian aid providers, engineers and other planners, or anyone with an interest in addressing critical shortages and health problems associated with inadequate and unsanitary water throughout the world.