The Alternative Energy Technology Graduate Certificate requires a minimum of 12 credits. The core course: AET 5120 is required, and a maximum of four credits is allowed in research or directed study. The program is open to students with a bachelor's degree in engineering and in other mathematics-based sciences in exceptional cases. Certification procedures in place in WSU's Graduate School will be followed. Should a student become interested later in pursuing the proposed master's degree after completing the graduate certificate, eight of the 12 certificate credits can be transferred toward the master's degree.
Wayne State University provides gainful employment disclosures for certificate programs that are eligible for financial aid. Download the gainful employment disclosure for the Alternative Energy Technology Graduate Certificate here.