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 a new and exciting program from the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland starting in Fall 2020.
ESIOT Admissions Information
The ESIOT major will be a transfer program, suited for students who have completed an associate's degree from a Maryland public community college. As a A. James Clark School of Engineering program students must meet the Engineering LEP admissions requirements to be admitted to the program (on a space available basis). The Embedded System major will follow a cohort course format, with pres-set class schedule; the first cohort of students will be admitted for the Fall 2020 semester.Learn More View upcoming events
The Bachelor of Science in Embedded Systems will provide 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. At the senior level, students will be able to specialize in one of the following tracks: Hardware, Computational, or Security track.
The major will requires 122 credits for graduation, of which 60 are transferred into the program and 62 credits are completed at Shady Grove.Course Requirements Course Descriptions
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