The Tickle College of Engineering offers a graduate certificate in reliability and maintainability engineering. The program is designed primarily for part-time students in that all of the courses are available through distance education.
The 12-credit hour certificate is earned by completing CBE 483 , IE 483 , ME 483 , or NE 483 and CBE 484 , IE 484 , MSE 484 , ME 484 , or NE 484 , plus two elective courses selected from a list of courses provided by the participating departments – Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science; Industrial and Systems Engineering; Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering; and Nuclear Engineering.
Currently, the available elective courses are CBE 585 / NE 585 , ECE 504 , IE 516 , IE 517 , IE 522 , ME 534 , MSE 421 , NE 441 , NE 575 , NE 579 , NE 585 , and STAT 567 .
The selection of elective courses is determined through an advising conference with each individual student, and is based on the student’s personal interests, academic background, and work experience.
- meet the minimum criteria established by the Graduate Council.
- submit the application for the certificate during the semester prior to graduation.