Applicants interested in earning a Certificate in Software Engineering and those interested in taking selected courses from the Software Engineering curriculum may be admitted on a non-matriculating basis to the School of Engineering as special-status students. Non-matriculated students must have a Bachelor degree from an accredited university and a minimum of three years experience as a professional software developer or programmer, and academic and professional records that suggest the likelihood of success in demanding graduate courses. Non-matriculated students are admitted to courses on a seating-available basis only. Matriculated students are given preference for course offerings, especially for required and core courses. To earn a certificate, four courses (12 credits) need to be taken from the offerings of that certificate.
Cyber Security Certificate
Data Science and Big Data Technologies Certificate
Network Technology Certificate
Note: The sequence of courses SWEG 6404 and SWEG 6596 provides students with the course materials needed to prepare for and take Cisco Certificated Networking Associate (CCNA) examination. These students are provided with the opportunity for a voucher to partially cover the cost of that certification test.
Web and Mobile Application Development Certificate