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Frequently Asked Questions: Certificate

 

Can I earn the certificate completely online?


Yes. You can complete the certificate by taking all 150 course hours online.
 

What are the requirements for successful completion to earn the certificate?


To receive a certificate of completion, you must successfully complete 150 hours within a period of three years. Projects and exams, including a comprehensive written final exam, will be administered. All coursework must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.0, and no grade lower than C. Upon successful completion, you are awarded a certificate of completion from UC Berkeley Extension.

 

Can I transfer courses from a non-UC institution to apply toward successful completion of the Integrated Circuit Design & Techniques Professional Series?

 

In general, no. We rarely accept the transfer of any outside courses toward professional series at UC Berkeley Extension. Exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis.

 

Can I transfer courses from a UC institution to apply toward successful completion of the Integrated Circuit Design & Techniques Professional Series?


On a case-by-case basis, this is possible.

 

How long does it take to complete the Integrated Circuit Design & Techniques Professional Sequence?


Each course as a maximum time allotment of six months per course. Assuming that the student works part-time on the course with discipline, and assuming the student also has a full time job, most students can finish the course within four months.

 

How do I get my certificate?


On successful completion of four required courses and two units worth of electives (for a total of ten semester units), you need to contact the Engineering & Technology academic department, ask for your certificate, and pay any required fees. Upon review & approval by the academic department, your certificate request will be processed.

 

How long does it take to receive the certificate?


Once you have successfully completed all 150 required hours, your academic record will be verified and your certificate awarded. It normally takes up to four to six weeks to process your certificate request. 
 


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