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Engineering Leadership and Entrepreneurship (Core)

Have you ever wondered why organizations pass on great ideas brought to them by their engineers? Or how organizations take ideas and research and create successful products or services? This three part course sequence answers these questions and gives engineers the capability to generate disruptive ideas and transform them into actual ventures. Through experiential learning, based upon real world environments, students learn concepts and apply them on actual projects that create tangible value, require people management, and grow leadership skills.

Biomedical Engineering: BioEngine

  • Neuroimaging
  • Microimplants
  • Biomedical Big Data
  • Biomedical Imaging & Biophotonics
  • Digital Health

electrical Engineering and computer science:

Digital & Image Signal Processing

  • Digital Image Processing
  • Computer Architecture
  • DSP Architecture & Design
  • Random Processes
  • Digital Communications
  • Digital Signal Processing

High-Speed communications circuits & systemS

    • Random Processes
    • Digital Communications
    • Wireless Communications
    • Digital Signal Processing
    • Analog Integrated Circuit Design
    • Optical Fiber Communications

Mechanical and aerospace engineering:

Energy Systems

  • Energy Storage Systems & Technology
  • Engineering Electrochemistry
  • General Thermodynamics
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Solar & Renewable Energy Systems
  • Integrated Thermal-Fluid Science & Engineering Fundamental

Nanotechnology

    • Nanoscale Materials for Modern Electronics
    • Micro-System Design
    • Fundamentals of Microfabrication
    • Mechanics of Solids & Structures
    • Fabrication & Characterization of Nanomaterials
    • Integrated Thermal-Fluid Science & Engineering Fundamentals

* The list of course information above is subject to change.

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