Electric Drivetrain Technology

College of Engineering & Applied Science - Boulder



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The University of Colorado Boulder Campus and Colorado Springs Campus jointly offer a graduate certificate in electric drivetrain technology to qualified students. The program has been designed to provide professionals involved in power electronics, battery controls, and/or automotive industries the capability and motivation to continue with post-graduate education. These potential students may not wish to pursue an in-depth rigorous Master of Science program at this time but nonetheless desire to increase their professional capability and enhance career advancement opportunities.

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