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Would you like the skills and expertise to develop the next generation of advanced electric and hybrid vehicles? Do you want a certificate to make yourself more marketable and knowledgeable in the field of electric vehicles? Then consider the Advanced Electric Vehicles Graduate Certificate from University of Detroit Mercy.

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Great Things At Detroit Mercy

  • The program emphasizes the core areas of expertise in electric and hybrid vehicle engineering, such as power electronics, power flow, energy management and system architecture.
  • The courses were designed by competency teams, whose purpose is to create curriculum directly responsive to Ford Motor Company’s needs, but also uses the most current technology, strategies, methods and tools emerging from universities, corporations and national laboratories.
  • The certificate program is offered at the McNichols Campus and in Dearborn. Many courses are also offered online.
  • All courses are taught by faculty members — not teaching assistants or graduate students.
  • Small class sizes — our average student-to-teacher ratio is 11:1; that means plenty of individualized attention aimed at making sure our students succeed.

Your Boundless Future

Students successful in this program will learn to apply their engineering skills to the development of the next generation of advanced electric vehicles. As the demand for electric vehicles increases, the Advanced Electric Vehicle Graduate Certificate will give you the talent to stand out.

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Contact Info

Richard Hill
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
313-578-0428
hillrc@udmercy.edu

Featured Alumna

Katelyn McCutcheon ’10, ’11

“Detroit Mercy gives students the opportunity to work one-on-one with their professors on a regular basis. Class sizes are small and there are always opportunities to get involved with projects and interact with professors and customers.”

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