The Embedded Systems and Internet of Things program at the Universities of Shady Grove
The Embedded Systems and Internet of Things (ESIOT) program based at the Universities at Shady Grove is an exciting new program offered by the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland. Watch the ESIOT introductory video to learn more!ESIOT Introduction Video
ESIOT Admissions Information
The ESIOT major is a transfer program designed for students who have completed an associate's degree from a public Maryland community college in a STEM field. To be eligible for admission into the program, students must satisfactorily complete specific program requirements, in addition to meeting the A. James Clark School of Engineering LEP admissions requirements. The Embedded Systems major is a two-year, cohort-based program with a pre-set class schedule. The first cohort enrolled in the Embedded Systems and Internet of Things undergraduate engineering program started in the Fall 2020 semester.Learn More Apply Now!
The Bachelor of Science in Embedded Systems and the Internet of Things (ESIOT) provides students with a solid foundation in key emerging technologies of the Internet of Things (loT), the ability to integrate devices into complete loT systems, and an understanding of how loT fits within the wider context of information and communications technology, including data analytics and cloud computing. The unique program curriculum trains students in hardware and software design, with specializations in the areas of networks, cybersecurity, and machine learning, and offers a balanced method of course instruction between theory and real-world hands-on experience.
The major requires 122 credits for graduation, of which 60 are transferred into the program and 62 credits are completed within the two-years (four semesters) at The Universities At Shady Grove.Course Requirements Course Descriptions
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