Michigan Tech offers a 15 credit graduate certificate in hybrid electric drive vehicle engineering designed to provide students with an advanced program in the design, calibration, and operating characteristics of electric-drive and hybrid-drive vehicles.
The Future of Hybrid Technologies
Our certificates are based on a distance-learning course initially developed by Michigan Tech, General Motors, and AVL, and selected by the Michigan Academy of Green Mobility for training automotive engineers. A Department of Energy grant funded the development of the full curriculum and mobile laboratory. The interdisciplinary program was designed with input from Argonne National Laboratory and the following industry partners: MAGMA, General Motors, Eaton, Horiba, MathWorks, Schweitzer Engineering Labs, and Woodward. This program is designed, with support from both the US Department of Energy and the State of Michigan, to address these educational needs.
This online certificate is for qualified professionals who want to enhance their skill set and can be a foundation to continue toward a graduate degree. It is also valuable for degree-seeking students looking to develop a concentration that gives them an edge in their career path.
Advance Your Hybrid Electric Vehicle Career
Enhance your electric energy career by opening new job opportunities with an advanced certificate. Commit to growing your knowledge areas and to becoming an expert. Employers recognize advanced training—an undergraduate or graduate certificate may qualify you for leadership opportunities, project management responsibilities, or the chance to work on more complicated or sophisticated projects. Stand out by graduating from the #2 public university where grads make six figures (Money Magazine).
About Michigan Tech
Michigan Tech is a public research university founded in 1885. Our Graduate School offers 40 master's degree programs and 27 PhD programs to provide our students and the world with what tomorrow needs.