GT – Shenzhen PDO Course List FA21

GT – Shenzhen PDO Course List

GT-Shenzhen PDO courses mirror the courses listed on the GT-Shenzhen MS ECE program website as much as possible. Once accepted, please visit this page to set up a GTPE user account. To sign up for a PDO course, students must complete a Non-Credit Course Agreement Form before registration. Please complete the entire form in English (include your GT ID#) and email Ms. Windelyn Lin.  Repeat the process if you have course changes. PDO students are encouraged to enroll in one course per term.

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FALL 2021 PDO Courses

Start date: August 23, 2021; End date: December 16, 2021

CEE 6311 “Microbial Principles in Environmental Engineering”
Instructor: Prof. Jianfeng Zhou

CEE 6312 “Chemical Principles in Environmental Engineering”
Instructor: Prof. Wenlong Zhang

CEE 6315 “Environmental Nanotechnology”
Instructor: Prof. Jianfeng Zhou

CEE 6350 “Advanced Environmental Chemistry”
Instructor: Prof. Wenlong Zhang

ECE 6100 “Advanced Computer Architecture”
Instructor: Prof. David Keezer

ECE 6140 “Digital Systems Test”
Instructor: Prof. David Keezer

ECE 6445 “Power IC Design”
Instructor: Prof. Gabriel Rincon-Mora

ECE 6607 “Computer Communication Networks”
Instructor: Prof. Min Luo

ISYE 6414 “Regression Analysis”
Instructor: TBA

ECE 6122 “Advanced Programming Techniques” (via streaming video)
(ECE 6122 QSL must accompany this registration)
Instructor: Prof. Jeffery D. Hurley

ECE 6258 “Digital Image Processing” (via streaming video)
Instructor: Prof. Ghassan AlRegib

ECE 6320 “Power Systems Control and Operation” (via streaming video)
Instructor: Prof. Santiago Grijalva

ECE 6550 “Linear Systems and Controls” (via streaming video)
Instructor: Prof. Erik Verriest

ECE 6558 “Introduction to Stochastic Systems” (via streaming video)
Instructor: Prof. Fumin Zhang

ECE 6612 “Computer Network Security” (via streaming video)
Instructor: Prof. Frank Li

Each course earns 3.0 CEUs (continuing education units). The course titles have (NonCredit) in them to emphasize that the enrollees are non-degree students at the moment. The CEUs are “credits” for professional education.

Once the student becomes a degree seeking student at GT-Shenzhen, up to 9 CEUs can be transferred to the degree program to account for degree credit.  Please see to request transcripts two weeks after the end of the semester.