A joint certificate program between Smead Aerospace and the Department of Electrical, Computer & Energy Engineering. This certificate fills an industry need in Colorado and beyond for cross disciplinary graduate level education in aerospace and electrical engineering.
The program is open to new and current degree-seeking Aerospace Engineering Sciences (AES) and Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE) students. This certificate is not available to non-matriculated students.
Additional certificate information can be found in the department's Radio Frequency Engineering for Aerospace Certificate page.
Distance Education Option
Students can take individual courses toward a master's degree or graduate certificate through distance education (online). For more information, connect with the individual graduate program directly.
- Be a matriculated graduate student in the AES or ECEE departments
- Submission of application form. Please visit the AES Certificates Page for more details
This certificate is co-managed by AES and ECEE. Students must follow the rules and policies of each department. Courses from already awarded degrees cannot be used to fulfill certificate requirements.
|ECEN 5134||Electromagnetic Radiation and Antennas 1||3|
|or ECEN 5104||Passive Microwave Circuits|
|ECEN 5634||Microwave and RF Laboratory||3|
|ASEN 5090||Introduction to Global Navigation Satellite Systems||3|
|Choose one of the courses below, depending on major:||3|
|Spacecraft Design (required for ECEE majors)|
|Electromagnetic Waves and Transmission (required for AES majors)|
|Electromagnetic Radiation and Antennas 2|
or ECEN 5104
|Passive Microwave Circuits|
|Radar and Remote Sensing|
AES Grad Projects 3
|Total Credit Hours||18|
For students interested in taking both courses, one course can count as a requirement and one course can count as an elective. A single course cannot count as both a required course and an elective course, simultaneously.
As an elective, choose whichever course not taken as a requirement.
Approved radio frequency project; can only count for one elective.