The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers three certificate programs.
Human-Computer Interaction: The Human-Computer Interaction certificate program looks at user interface design to develop computer products that meet market needs. The program is open to individuals with a bachelor's degree and is especially useful for computer programmers, web designers, software engineers, human factors professionals, user interface designers, and others who wish to develop or enhance their user interface design and implementation skills.
Manufacturing Engineering: The Manufacturing Engineering certificate program educates students in the latest technologies through a hands-on, industry-based curriculum, and contributes to the formation of future leaders in manufacturing engineering. The program is open to students with a bachelor's degree and a background in engineering, science, or mathematics.
Human Factors in Medical Devices and Systems: The Medical Devices and Systems certificate program develops and enhances skills in medical/health technology assessment, validation, and overall design. The program is open to individuals with a solid bachelor's degree in a relevant area (or with industry experience) and is especially useful for human factors professionals, user interface designers, and those who work in the medical device industry.