This certificate program is designed to help you become knowledgeable about the area of digital signal processing. The certificate you earn will serve as evidence that you have achieved a significant level of expertise in digital signal processing.
This certificate program meets the needs of mid-career and late-career engineers new to the area of Digital Signal Processing. The certificate is also appropriate for engineering managers who need a background in Digital Signal Processing and its implementation in emerging technologies.
This program features 15 credits in signal processing and related courses (e.g., in mathematics). Up to three-semester credits can be transferred from another university (effectively one of five courses); the remainder must be earned at Purdue.
An average grade of B in the two core courses and an average of 3.0 overall are required. All courses for the certificate must be completed within a five-year span.
|ECE 53800: Digital Signal Processing I|
|ECE 60000: Random Variables and Signals|
Electives (choose three from the below, at most one math course)
**Either ECE 60200 or ECE 60800 can be applied to the certificate but not both.
Further admission requirements are available. A student must hold a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area (Engineering, Science, Mathematics, or Technology) with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Note: Acceptance into the certificate program does NOT assure admission to the Graduate School of Purdue University to pursue an advanced degree.