Graduate Certificate in Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) and System on Chip (SoC) Design

Information about the credit-bearing, degree-leading graduate certificate in field programmable gate array (FPGA) and system on chip (SoC) design through UTA's Computer Science and Engineering Department

Our credit-bearing, degree-leading FPGA and SoC Design Certificate is intended to educate students in the knowledge and skills required to

  • Design and test advanced digital logic systems
  • Use industry-standard HDL tools
  • Use bridges to interconnect FPGA fabric and processor subsystems
  • Write Linux device drivers
  • Implement soft RISC processors in FPGA devices

All completed certificate coursework can be applied towards an MS or PhD degree.

This certificate is managed by:

  • Dr. Jason Losh, administrator, Professor of Practice, Director of Undergraduate Computer Engineering Program
  • Dr. Bahram Khalili, advisor, Associate Professor of Instruction and Graduate Advisor

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