• Certificate in Current and Emerging Technologies (CCET)

Online Learning for Technology Leadership

 

Stay current with modern technology and demonstrate your knowledge with a University of Michigan Certificate in Current and Emerging Technologies. Taught by leading faculty and researchers from the Michigan Engineering, these online courses explore technologies and trends that are reshaping the automotive and manufacturing industries, including hybrid and electric vehicles, connected and automated vehicles, and advanced and smart manufacturing. Prepare yourself and your company for technological leadership. Deepen your knowledge through the self-paced convenience of online learning.


 

 

Earn Your Certificate Online: Anytime, Anywhere

 
CCET in Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Specialization


This program will be available for enrollment in summer 2018.
Please sign up to be notified when it is available. 
Two more specializations are coming soon (see details below).

 
        
 

Coming Soon


Specializations on Advanced Manufacturing and Connected and Automated Vehicles will be available in 2018.
 

How the Certificate Works

Start anytime, study anywhere, and complete the certificate at your own pace

 
Courses

Courses

Take 1, 2, 3, 4 courses or more. Successfully take any 4 courses to earn the certificate and demonstrate your knowledge of current and emerging technologies.

Subject Areas

Specializations

Select 4 courses from one concentration to deepen your knowledge in a subject area, or select any 4 that are most interesting or relevant for you.

Modules

Modules

Each course contains 4-6 hours of online instruction divided into shorter modules.

Timeline

Timeline

Participants are given 180 days from their course enrollment date to complete the course(s). ISD recommends a completion rate of one course per month.

 

Certificate Instructors 

Course faculty combine practical experience with breakthrough research to offer these courses to industry professionals.

 
 
Huei Peng
Huei Peng
Director, Mcity, U-M Office of Research
Roger L. McCarthy Professor, Mechanical Engineering
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Don Siegel
Don Siegel
Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
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Jason Siegel
Jason Siegel
Assistant Research Scientist, Mechanical Engineering
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Heath Hofmann
Heath Hofmann
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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Pingsha Dong
Pingsha Dong
Program Director, Global Automotive & Manufacturing Engineering
Professor, Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
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Steven Skerlos
Steven Skerlos
Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Director of Academic Programs, Undergraduate Programs
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Semyon Meerkov
Semyon Meerkov
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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S. Jack Hu
S. Jack Hu
Vice President for Research, University of Michigan
Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Professor, Industrial & Operations Engineering
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Liang Zhang
Liang Zhang
Professor, College of Engineering, University of Connecticut
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Pooya Alavian
Pooya Alavian
Research Assistant, College of Engineering
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Atul Prakash
Atul Prakash
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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Learn from the Latest Research


Put new knowledge from leading experts in the top-ranked
U-M College of Engineering into practice.


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Earn a U-M Certificate


Demonstrate your knowledge after successfully completing four courses.


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Communicate with Faculty


Ask questions, make connections, and build knowledge with U-M faculty and researchers.


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Set Your
Own Pace


Choose when and where to complete the course through the convenience of online learning.