UF EDGE is offering Innovation, Leadership, and Project Management Certificates

The Engineering Innovation and Leadership Institutes at the University of Florida Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering are helping power the new engineer.  The new engineer is a creative leader with the engineering, innovation, leadership and project skills to attack the most daunting problems…and maybe change the world.

Accelerate your effectiveness in the role you serve and increase the impact you can have in your group, team or organization, by developing these critical skills. Consider earning one or more of the graduate certificates offered from the University of Florida, the No. 8 public university in the nation.

Graduate certificates are earned by completing 9 credit hours of course instruction, involving a sequence of three, 3 credit-hour courses.  Certificates are awarded by the University of Florida (UF) graduate school.

All courses are offered in online formats through the Electronic Delivery of Gator Engineering  (UF EDGE) program. Students can earn certificates in the following programs:

ADMISSIONS

Please visit the graduate certificate programs website for university requirements and application process. Applicants may contact Bill McElroy at mcelrowj@eng.ufl.edu for more information about course content or certificate admission requirements.

Engineering Innovation Certificate

Required Courses (Electives) Credits
EGN 6640 Engineering Entrepreneurship 3
EGS 6642 Engineering Innovation 3
EGS 6039 Engineering Leadership 3

Engineering Leadership Certificate

Required Courses (Electives) Credits
EGS 6039 Engineering Leadership 3
EGS 6681 Advanced Engineering Leadership Development* 3
And one of the following:
EGS 6626 Fundamentals of Engineering Project Management 3
EGN 6640 Engineering Entrepreneurship 3
EGN 6642 Engineering Innovation 3

* EGS 4038, EGS 6039 or instructor approval is a prerequisite.


Engineering Project Management Certificate

Required Courses (sequential) Credits
EGS 6626 Fundamentals of Engineering Project Management 3
EGS 6628 Applied Engineering Project Management (EGS 6626 is a prerequisite) 3
And one of the following:
ESI 6323 Models for Supply Chain Management 3
EIN 6510 Principles of Manufacturing Systems Engineering 3
ESI 6529 Digital Simulation Techniques 3
ESI 6555 Systems Management 3