In order to address continuing changes in the RF-technical field marketplace, the Microwave Engineering program at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst has created a set of its key Microwave Engineering courses, taught by the University’s world-class faculty, and made available for full college credit to off-campus students. Many course offerings are conducted at the same-time as the on-campus versions of the courses, allowing for off-campus students to benefit from the real-time interaction that is critical to the engagement and learning process.
Students completing a subset of these courses will be awarded a Microwave Engineering Certificate.
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Microwave Engineering Certificate
By taking any four of the six microwave courses listed below, the University of Massachusetts will grant a Graduate Certificate in Microwave Engineering that shows that the student has achieved a coherent foundation in the analysis and design of the microwave components and systems. Such a certificate will demonstrate a university-acknowledged level of skills that are important in many of the wireless and high-bandwidth wired communication and sensing systems that we use every day (e.g. cellular and satellite communications, wireless networks and radar systems). To sign up for remote participation in these courses, go to umass.edu/uww/ and follow the “Classes” link at the top of the page. On the left, under the “Subject” heading, choose the filter for Electrical and Computer Engineering.