Analytical instrumentation concerns quantitative measurements that are required in every area of science, engineering, and technology. It has been at the heart of scientific advances, particularly in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology, and will continue to dominate in the future. The Graduate Certificate in Analytical Instrumentation program is designed to provide basic knowledge and skills to students and train them for careers in research in academia, industry, government labs, hospitals, and other technologically oriented enterprises.

For information regarding deadlines and requirements for admission, please see the Guide to Graduate Admissions.

A baccalaureate degree in Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Biology, or a closely related STEM field.

Certificate Program Requirements:

Required: 12 credit hours*
Select four courses (12 credits) from the following: 12
Spectroscopy Methods in Nanoscience
Optical Microscopy for Nanoscience
Particle Beam Microscopy for Nanoscience
Molecular Biology in Nanosciences
Advances in Nano-Biosensors
Robust Equipment and Process Control Techniques
Total Credit Hours 12