Graduate Certificate in Plastics Engineering
University of Massachusetts-Lowell - Francis College of Engineering-Graduate
The Graduate Certificate in Plastics Engineering Fundamentals is designed to provide engineering professionals involved in the design of plastic parts - with the plastics background they generally do not receive as part of their undergraduate education. The Plastics Engineering Fundamentals Graduate Certificate is open to students that have earned a B.S. Degree in science or engineering.
- Flexibility and Convenience
- Committed to student learning
- All of the courses in this certificate program may be applied towards any of the graduate degree programs offered through UMass Lowell's Department of Plastics Engineering
Degree Level: Certificate
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
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Accreditation & Licensing
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
A bachelor degree is required.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is not presently accepting applications or registrations for online courses, degrees or certificate programs from residents of Arkansas, Kansas or Minnesota. Due to recent legislative changes the University of Massachusetts Lowell is not seeking state authorization to offer online programs in those states. State and federal laws require colleges and universities to receive state authorization to offer online programs in states other than their own.
The Francis College of Engineering at UMass Lowell has a proud heritage, spanning more than a century, for providing outstanding, practical and affordable engineering education and a growing portfolio of research and innovation. This heritage has evolved with the economy and industry of the area. It has been intimately involved through its training of engineers and entrepreneurs and its close partnerships with local industries.
In addition to the vast research and innovation activity, the College remains dedicated to providing a hands-on, real-world education for its students in our Departments of:
- Civil and Environmental
- Electrical and Computer
- Mechanical and Plastics Engineering and
- Engineering Technology
Students are exposed to projects that “make a difference,” including projects in Assistive Technology, where engineering students assist handicapped or disadvantaged individuals through applications of innovative problem-solving; Sustainable Infrastructure and Development, where engineering and nursing students assist with providing infrastructure and public health needs in developing foreign locations; or other needs originating from the community.
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