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Electrical Engineering

Sensor Signal and Image Processing (SSIP) Graduate Certificate

Why Choose Sensor Signal and Image Processing?

A wide variety of sensors are becoming ubiquitous in consumer and defense applications, such as home appliances, smart homes, smart cars, and smart cities as well as on drones, planes, and satellites for monitoring and surveillance purposes. The rise of biotechnology has precipitated the rapid development of smart sensors and smart implants that enhance longevity and quality of human lives. Raw data or imagery collected by sensors must be digitally processed to extract critical information pertinent to particular applications while rejecting and suppressing the undesired parts or false alarms that can lead to unsatisfactory outcomes.

The Master of Science Certificate in Sensor Signal and Image Processing (SSIP) from Wright State will provide you with the technical foundation you need and the application-oriented know-how you desire in processing and interpreting signals and images acquired by sensors.

Academics and Curriculum

View the Sensor Signal and Image Processing Graduate Certificate program requirements in the Academic Catalog.

Electrical engineering course descriptions

Admission

Students must meet the modified M.S.-EE admissions requirements as follows:

  1. A B.S. in electrical or computer engineering or a related field
  2. Minimum GPA of 3.0

Apply online to the Graduate School.


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