A graduate certificate is a way for students to advance education in their field of choice after an undergraduate degree. Shorter in length than a conventional graduate degree, these programs still offer graduate-level courses and practical work.
What is a graduate certificate in engineering studies? This program is generally aimed at engineering students with a bachelor’s degree and provides a pathway towards professional work and further education. The courses chosen can cover any engineering field of study, usually selected to allow students to engage with a field outside their major to promote a broader skill set and widen academic and career options.
Students who take a graduate certificate in engineering studies can build a stronger foundation for their engineering expertise and professional background. Along with exploring a new engineering field apart from their prior major, they may also round out crucial skills in research and analysis skills, as well as decision-making and problem-solving strategies.
The process of obtaining a graduate certificate in engineering studies can vary between schools, and the costs and duration of the program vary accordingly. Prospective applicants benefit from research into possible programs.
A graduate certificate in engineering studies can potentially prepare students for a career in any sort of engineering field. A particular focus on manufacturing and design can push engineers with this certificate towards roles in industry and fabrication, including manager positions. Conversely, many students move from this program to pursue a master’s degree — and possibly eventually a doctorate — with the goal being a career as a professor or researcher in academia. The possible end points vary greatly depending on the student’s chosen studies.
The breadth and applicability of engineering fields ensure that students can pursue a graduate certificate in engineering studies at various schools worldwide, including online options. To start, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
This course qualifies individuals who apply a body of knowledge in a range of contexts to undertake professional work and provides a pathway for further learning in engineering. Students with a bachelor's degree in a non-cognate engineering field can apply to this course. All applications are assessed individually and the course structure is tailor-made based on the basic qualifications that students possess. Candidates without a degree, but who have a TAFE diploma or equivalent in engineering and with significant related work experience, may also apply for this course. [+]
This course creates a pathway for students from a different engineering background to explore their potential to undertake postgraduate studies in engineering. Once students complete this course successfully, individual assessment is undertaken to articulate either 12, 18 or 24 credit points towards a master's course.
This course allows professionals who are currently employed, or would like to pursue employment in engineering organisations, to understand and gain advantage in securing and retaining employment.[-]
Industrial Manufacturing Processes is a post-graduate program, which is unique in Canada. It is specifically designed for international students with a mechanical or industrial engineering degree. [+]
Program Information coming soon.International Students Eligibility
Industrial Manufacturing Processes is a post-graduate program, which is unique in Canada. It is specifically designed for international students with a mechanical or industrial engineering degree. Students will benefit from a solid exposure to applied learning, practical applications and lab work, which will complement the theory learned in their degrees programs.
Building on Confederation College’s current portfolio of advanced manufacturing and engineering programming, the Industrial Manufacturing Processes program combines theory with applied shop courses. It covers a range of industrial engineering topics with a focus on advanced manufacturing processes applicable to a wide variety of industries. Students’ knowledge and skills will improve for all stages of the production process - from selection and design, through to building, quality control and the final stages of testing a product. Students will also be exposed to fields related to a career in management, including courses on project management and occupational health and safety. ... [-]
The Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering offers a graduate-level Certificate in Systems Engineering. Systems Engineering blends engineering, systems thinking, and management topics. This certificate is a 12 credit hour program.[+]
The Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering offers a graduate-level Certificate in Systems Engineering. Systems Engineering blends engineering, systems thinking, and management topics. This certificate is a 12 credit hour program.
Systems Engineering classes are offered completely online. Instructors use a variety of state-of-the-art instructional tools that allow students to pursue the Systems Engineering certificate from anywhere they can access the Internet.Curriculum
RequirementsSYE 6005 - Introduction to Systems Engineering SYE 6010 - Project Management Processes SYE 6020 - System Architecture SYE 6025 - Engineering Economic Analysis
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