Undergraduate Certificate

Course Offerings by Term

RTC – Required Technology Course
RSC – Required Societal Course
BTC – Breadth Technology Course
BSC – Breadth Societal Course

Please note that if a course has two designations, i.e., RSC/BSC, that this means there is an exception for that semester only. It does not apply to other semesters. Please see the “Requirements” tab for the regular course designation.

Fall 2019
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS IW 10 – Technology Policy Clinic, RSC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 551/MOL 551/QCB 551 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
ECO 332/GHP 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation, RSC
EGR 488 – Designing Ventures to Change the World, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 364 – Machine Learning for Predictive Data Analytics, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 367/GEO 367 – Modeling the Earth System: Assessing Strategies for Mitigating Climate Change, BTC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Technologies in the 21st Century, BTC
ORF 467 – Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 345/SOC 305 – Introduction to Quantitative Social Science, BSC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
THR 210A/STC 210A – Storytelling for Technology and Performance, BSC
THR 210B/STC 210B – Storytelling for Technology and Performance, BSC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC

Spring 2019
ANT 455 – Visible Evidence: Documentary Film and Data Visualization, RSC
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math Alive, BTC
ARC 312/URB 312 – Technology and the City: The Architectural Implications of the Networked Urban Landscape, RSC
ARC 492/URB 492/ENV 492 – Topics in the Formal Analysis of the Urban Structure – Environmental Challenges of Urban Sprawl, BSC
COM 332/HUM 332/TRA 332 – Who Owns This Sentence? Copyright Culture from the Romantic Era to the Age of the Internet, RSC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC
COS 324 – Introduction to Machine Learning, RTC
COS 424/SML 302 – Fundamentals of Machine Learning, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – Cryptography, RTC
COS 445 – Economics and Computing (was Networks, Economics and Computing), RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 461 – Computer Networks, RTC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation, RSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
ELE 201 – Information Signals, RTC
ELE 464 – Embedded Computing, RTC
ENE 259/EGR 259 – Energy Innovation and Entrepreneurship, BTC
ENV 303/EEB 303 – Agriculture, Human Diets and the Environment, BSC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – or Maybe Not, BSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar, RSC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
HIS 453/LAS 453/URB 453 – Digital Histories of Crime in the Americas, RSC
JRN 400 – The Media in America – What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age, RSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 360 – Decision Modeling in Business Analytics, BTC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
ORF 473 – Special Topics in Operations Research and Financial Engineering – Financial Technology and Data-Driven Innovation, RTC
PHI 371 – Philosophical Foundations of Probability and Decision Theory, RSC
POL 346 – Applied Quantitative Analysis, RTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
SOC 412 – Designing Social and Behavioral Field Experiments at Scale, RSC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine Translation, RTC
WWS 351/SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy, RSC
WWS 200 – Statistics for Social Science, BTC
WWS 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare and Artificial Intelligence, BTC

Fall 2018
ANT 455 – Visible Evidence: Documentary Film and Data Visualization, RSC
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
AAS – Blackness and MediaRSC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World
, BSC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 324 – Introduction to Machine Learning, RTC
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 436/ELE 469 – Human-Computer Interface Technology, BTC
COS 551/MOL 551/QCB 551 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
ECO 332/GHP 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
ECO 406 – Radical Markets, RSC
EGR 385/ANT 385 – Ethnography and Wicked Problems, RSC
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation, RSC
EGR 488 – Designing Ventures to Change the World, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 364 – Machine Learning for Predictive Data Analytics, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ELE 574 – Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, RTC
ENE 273/ELE 273 – Renewable Energy and Smart Grids, BTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 367/GEO 367 – Modeling the Earth System: Assessing Strategies for Mitigating Climate Change, BTC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
HIS 490 – The Attention Economy: Historical Perspectives, RSC
HUM 346 – Introduction to Digital Humanities, RSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Technologies in the 21st Century, BTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 467 – Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 345/SOC 305 – Introduction to Quantitative Social Science, BSC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
THR 210A/STC 210A – Storytelling for Technology and Performance, BSC
THR 210B/STC 210B – Storytelling for Technology and Performance, BSC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC

Spring 2018
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math Alive, BTC
ARC 312/URB 312 – Technology and the City: The Architectural Implications of the Networked Urban Landscape, RSC
CHV 333/PHI 344 – Bioethics: Clinical and Population-Level, BSC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC
COS 424/SML 302 – Fundamentals of Machine Learning, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – Cryptography, RTC
COS 445 – Economics and Computing (was Networks, Economics and Computing), RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 461 – Computer Networks, RTC
COS 495: Special Topics in Computer Science – Neural Networks: Theory and Applications, RTC
ECO 332/GHP 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation, RSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
ELE 201 – Information Signals, RTC
ELE 464 – Embedded Computing, RTC
ENE 202/ARC 208/EGR 208/ENV 206 – Designing Sustainable Systems – Demonstrating the Potential of Sustainable Design Thinking, BTC
ENV 303/EEB 303 – Agriculture, Human Diets and the Environment, BSC
FRS 102 – From Codex to Code: Technologies of Learning, RSC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – or Maybe Not,, BSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar, RSC
FRS 140 – Bioethics and Public Policy, BSC
FRS 159 – Science, Technology and Public Policy, RSC
FRS 170 – The Mathematics of Secrecy, Search, and Society!, RTC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
HIS 295 – Making America: Technology and History in the United States, BSC
HUM 346 – Introduction to Digital Humanities, RSC
JRN 400 – The Media in America – What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age, RSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
ORF 360 – Decision Modeling in Business Analytics, BTC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
POL 346 – Applied Quantitative Analysis, RTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
SOC 401 – Advanced Social Statistics, BSC
SOC 412 – Designing Social and Behavioral Field Experiments at Scale, RSC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine Translation, RTC
WWS 351/SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy, RSC
WWS 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare and Artificial Intelligence, BTC
WWS 357 – Cybersecurity, Law, Technology and Policy, RSC

Fall 2017
AAS 301/SOC 367 – Black to the Future: Science, Fiction, and Society, RSC
AMS 399/HIS 399 – In the Groove: Technology and Music in American History, From Edison to the iPod, BSC
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BSC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 324 – Introduction to Machine Learning, RTC
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 436/ELE 469 – Human-Computer Interface Technology, BTC
COS 496 – Special Topics in Computer Science – Complex Networks – Analysis and Applications, RTC
COS 551/MOL 551/QCB 551 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
EGR 385/ANT 385 – Ethnography and Wicked Problems, RSC
EGR 488 – Designing Ventures to Change the World, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 364 – Machine Learning for Predictive Data Analytics, RTC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ELE 470 – Smartphone Security and Architecture, RTC
ELE 477 – Kernel-Based Machine Learning, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ELE 538 – Special Topics in Information Sciences and Systems – Information Theoretic Security, RTC
ELE 574 – Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, RTC
ENE 273/ELE 273 – Renewable Energy and Smart Grids, BTC
ENE 475/PSY 475 – Human Factors 2.0 – Psychology for Engineering, Energy, and Environmental Decisions, BSC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 367/GEO 367 – Modeling the Earth System: Assessing Strategies for Mitigating Climate Change, BTC
ENV 407 – Africa’s Food and Conservation Challenge, BTC
FRS 127 – Big Brothers are Watching You: Internet Privacy and Security, RSC
FRS 159 – Science, Technology and Public Policy, RSC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Technologies in the 21st Century, BTC
MAE 345 – Robotics and Intelligent Systems, RTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 467 – Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 345/SOC 305 – Introduction to Quantitative Social Science, BSC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC

Spring 2017
AMS 399/HIS 399 – In the Groove: Technology and Music in American History, From Edison to the iPod, BSC
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math Alive, BTC
CEE 475 – Cities in the 21st Century: The Nexus of the Climate, Water and Energy, BTC
CHM 440/GHP 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC
COS 424/SML 302 – Fundamentals of Machine Learning, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – Cryptography, RTC
COS 435 – Information Retrieval, Discovery, and Delivery, RTC
COS 445 – Economics and Computing (was Networks, Economics and Computing), RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 461 – Computer Networks, RTC
COS 495: Special Topics in Computer Science – Neural Networks: Theory and Applications, RTC
ECO 332/GHP 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 489/ARC 487 – Design of the Imminent Future, BSC
ELE 201 – Information Signals, RTC
ELE 464 – Embedded Computing, RTC
ELE 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering – Trustworthy Computing, RTC
ENE 202/ARC 208/EGR 208/ENV 206 – Designing Sustainable Systems – Demonstrating the Potential of Sustainable Design Thinking, BTC
ENV 316 – Climate Science and Communications, BSC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – or Maybe Not, BSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar, RSC
FRS 138 – Oracle Bones to Smartphones: Reading Media in East Asia, BSC
FRS 140 – Bioethics and Public Policy, BSC
FRS 170 – The Mathematics of Secrecy, Search, and Society!, RTC
FRS 172 – Humans and Machines: Work and Technology in the 21st Century, RSC
FRS 178 – Statistics, Journalism, and the Public Interest, BSC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
GER 517/MOD 517 – Modernism and Modernity – Digital Cultures, RSC
JRN 400 – The Media in America – What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age, RSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
NEU 437//MOL 437/PSY 437 – Computational Neuroscience, BTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 360 – Decision Modeling in Business Analytics, BTC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
PHI 277/CHV 277 – Biomedical Ethics, BSC
PHI 411 – Free Speech in the Internet Age, RSC
POL 346 – Applied Quantitative Analysis, RTC
QCB 408 – Foundations of Applied Statistics and Data Science (with Applications in Biology), BTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
SOC 204 – Social Networks, RSC
SOC 558 – Being Human in the 21st Century: How Social and Technological Tools are Reshaping Humanity, RSC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine Translation, RTC
WWS 352/COS 352 – Artificial Intelligence and Public Policy, RSC
WWS 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare, BTC
WWS 357 – Cybersecurity Law, Technology and Policy, RSC

Fall 2016
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BSC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC
COS 402 – Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, RTC
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 455/MOL 455/QCB 455 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
EGR 488 – Designing Ventures to Change the World, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 492 – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ELE 470 – Smartphone Security and Architecture, RTC
ELE 477 – Kernel-Based Machine Learning, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ELE 538 – Special Topics in Information Sciences and Systems – Information Theoretic Security, RTC
ELE 574 – Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, RTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 407 – Africa’s Food and Conservation Challenge, BTC
FRS 127 – Big Brothers are Watching You: Internet Privacy and Security, RSC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
GER 517/MOD 517/ART 517/COM 519 – Modernism and Modernity – Aesthetics of Surveillance, RSC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
HIS 295 – Making America: Technology and History in the United States, BSC
HUM 346/ENG 349 – Introduction to Digital Humanities, RSC
ITA 320/COM 378 – Cybernetics, Literary Ghosts and the Italian Way, BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Technologies in the 21st Century, BTC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
ORF 467 -Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 341 – Experimental Methods in Politics, RSC
STC 349/ENV 349 – Writing About Science, BSC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC

Spring 2016
AMS 399/HIS 399 – In the Groove: Technology and Music in American History, From Edison to the iPod, BSC
ANT 356 – Technologies of Communication, BSC
AST 309/MAE 309/PHY 309/ENE 309 – Science and Technology of Nuclear Energy: Fission and Fusion, BTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – General Computer Science RTC
COS 424/SML 302 – Fundamentals of Machine Learning (previously titled: Interacting with Data), RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – Cryptography, RTC
COS 435 – Information Retrieval, Discovery, and Delivery, RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 461 – Computer Networks, RTC
EGR 277/HIS 277/SOC 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 390/CEE 390 – Innovation in Practice: Pathways and People, BSC
EGR 392 – Creativity, Innovation, and Design, BSC
EGR 482 – Innovation through Empathic Design, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
ELE 464 – Embedded Computing, RTC
ELE 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering – Trustworthy Computing, RTC
ENE 308/MAE 308 – Engineering the Climate: Technical & Policy Challenges, BTC
ENE 414 – Renewable Energy Systems, BTC
ENG 349/HUM 346 – Introduction to Digital Humanities, RSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar, RSC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
HIS 278 – Digital, Spatial, Visual, and Oral Histories, RSC
JRN 400 – The Media in America – What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age, RSC
JRN 452 – Digital Journalism – Writing about Digital Culture, RSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
MAE 354 – Unmaking the Bomb: The Science & Technology of Nuclear Nonproliferation, Disarmament, and Verification, BTC
MSE 407 – Communicating Science and Techonlogy in the Modern World, RSC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
POL 478/COS 478 – Politics in the Age of Digital Media, RSC
SML 101 – Reasoning with Data, RTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine Translation, RTC
WWS 357 – Cybersecurity Law, Technology and Policy, RSC
WWS 528D – Topics in Domestic Policy Analysis – Public Management in the Age of Digital Technology, RSC

Fall 2015
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BTC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – General Computer Science, RTC
COS 402 – Artificial Intelligence, RTC
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 455/MOL 455 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
EGR 201 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship, BSC, (No longer counts toward the TS certificate after this semester.)
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 492 – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, RSC/BSC – This is the last semester this course will count for a RSC. It will still be a BSC.
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Building and Financing Technical Ventures, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
EGR 498/GHP 498 – Special Topics in Social Entrepreneurship – Ventures to Address Global Challenges, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ELE 470 – Smartphone Security and Architecture, RTC
ELE 477 – Kernel-Based Machine Learning, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ELE 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering – Trustworthy Computing, RTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 407 – Africans Feeding Africa, BTC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century, BTC
MAE 345 – Robotics and Intelligent Systems, RTC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
SOC 346 – Sociology of the Cubical: Work, Technology, and Organization, RSC
WWS 353/MAE 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare, BTC (Please note that this used to be allowed as a RSC, but it is now only a BTC.)
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC
WWS 403(1) – The Social and Economic Effects of Current Technological Change, RSC

Spring 2015
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math Alive, BTC
CHV 331/WWS 372 – Ethics and Public Health, BSC
COS 126/EGR126 – General Computer Science, RTC
COS 424 – Interacting with Data, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 598B – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Privacy Technologies, RTC
COS 598D – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Analytics and Systems of Big Data, RTC
COS 598F – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Internet Law and Policy, RSC
ECO 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 392 – Creativity, Innovation, and Design, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – How to Launch an Internet Startup, BSC
ELE 386/EGR 386 – Cyber Security, RTC
ENE 202/ARC 208/EGR 208/ENV 206 – Designing Sustainable Systems – Applying the Science of Sustainability to Address Global Change, BTC
ENV 316 – Climate Science and Communications, BSC
GHP 404 – Science, Society, and Health Policy, BSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
MAE 354 – Unmaking the Bomb: The Science & Technology of Nuclear Nonproliferation, Disarmament, and Verification, BTC
NEU 537/MOL 537/PSY 517 – Computational Neuroscience and Computing Networks, BTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
SOC 204 – Social Networks, RSC
WWS 351/SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy, RSC
WWS 402e – Cyber Security: Attacks and Consequences, RSC

Fall 2014
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CBE 228/EGR 228/ENE 228/MAE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century, BTC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BTC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – General Computer Science, RTC
COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money and Bytes, RTC
COS 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 455/MOL 455 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
COS 597E – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
EGR 201 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 492 – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, RSC/BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Building and Financing Technical Ventures, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering – Trustworthy Computing, RTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 4555 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
FRS 159 – Science, Technology and Public Policy, RSC
HIS 391 – History of Contemporary Science, BSC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
ORF 467 – Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 332 – Topics in American Statesmanship – Science, Technology and the American Way, RSC
SOC 596 – Computational Social Science, RSC
STC 349 – Science Journalism, BSC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC
WWS 403(j) – The Social and Economic Effects of Current Technological Change, RSC

Spring 2014
ANT 344 – Science, Technology & Culture, BSC
COS 126/EGR 126 – General Computer Science, RTC
COS 445 – Networks, Economics and Computing, RTC
COS 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 495/EGR 495/WWS 495 – Special Topics in Computer Science – Information Technology, Law and Policy, RSC
COS 496/HLS 496/ART 496 – Special Topics in Computer Science – Modeling the Past – Digital Tech, and Excavations in Polis, Cyprus, RSC
EGR 277/HIS 277/SOC 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 392 – Creativity, Innovation, and Design, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
ELE 201 – Information and Signals, RTC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – Or Maybe Not? BSC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
SOC 357 – Sociology of Technology, RSC or BSC
MOL 205 – Genes, Health, and Society BTC
NEU 259A/PSY 259A – Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience, BTC (Spring 2014 is the last time this course will count for this certificate.)
WWS 353/MAE 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare, BTC/RSC

Fall 2013
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
COS 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 597G – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Surveillance and Countermeasures, RTC
ECO 326* – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution (one time course, Fall 2013), RSC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ELE 580/COS 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering: Trustworthy Computing, RTC
EGR 492* – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, RSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Developing Commercially Viable Technologies, RSC/BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century, BTC
MAE 345 – Robotics and Intelligent Systems, RTC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
SOC 346* – Sociology of the Cubicle: Work, Technology, and Organization, RSC/BSC
WWS 351/SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy (formerly WWS 451), RSC

Spring 2013
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
COS 448* – Innovating Across Technology, Business, & Markets, RSC
ELE 201 – Introduction to Signals and Systems (may be taken instead of ELE 222), RTC
ELE 386/EGR 386 – Cyber Security , RTC
MOL 205 – Genes, Health, and Society, BTC
NEU 259A/B – Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience, BTC (Spring 2014 is the last time this course will count for this certificate.)
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
SOC 204 – Social Networks, RSC
SOC 356* – Sociology of Science, BSC
WRI 149/150 – Fans and Consumer Culture, RSC
WWS 334/SOC 313 – Media and Public Policy (formerly WWS 309). (This is the last semester this course is approved; in 2015 it has the same title but different content.), RSC
WWS 353/MAE/AST 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarefare, BTC/RSC

Fall 2012
CEE 102a/b/EGR 102a/b/MAE 102a/b – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
COS 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 445 – Networks, Economics and Computing, RTC
COS 455/MOL 455 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
COS 597D – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Information Privacy Technologies RTC
EGR 492* – Radical Innovation in Global Markets , RSC/BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – The Lean LaunchPad, RSC/BSC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship , RSC/BSC
ELE 580/COS 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering: Trustworthy Computing, RTC
FRS 101* – Facebook: The Social Impact of Social Networks (one time course, Fall 2012), RSC
FRS 125 Friending, Following and Finding, RTC
FRS 163 – Science, Technology and Public Policy, RSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century , BTC
MAE 244*/EGR 244 – Introduction to Biomedical Innovation and Global Health , BTC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
WRI 149/150 – Fans and Consumer Culture, RSC
WWS 334/SOC 313 – Media and Public Policy (formerly WWS 309), RSC
WWS 351/ SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy (formerly WWS 451), RSC
WWS 571B/NES 584 – Topics in Development – New Media & Social Movements: New Tools for an Old Game, RSC

Spring 2012
CBE/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
COS 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, & Markets, RSC
COS 495/ART 495 – Special Topics in Computer Science – Modeling the Past – Technologies and Excavations in Polis, Cyprus, RSC
EGR/HIS/SOC 277 – Technology and Society (Core Course)
EGR/ELE 386 – Cyber Security, RTC
EGR/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
MOL 205 – Genes, Health, and Society, BTC
NES/ENV 266 – Oil, Energy and The Middle East, BSC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
SOC 409 – Critical Approaches to Human Computer Interaction, RSC

Fall 2011
CBE/EGR/MAE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century, BSC
CEE/EGR/MAE 102a/b – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
COS/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
EGR/ELE/ORF 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 492/WWS 493 – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Ventures to Address Global Challenges, BSC
ELE 381 – Networks: Friend, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ITA 309 – Topics in Contemporary Italian Civilization – New Media, Social Network and Italy, RSC
SOC 357 – Sociology of Technology, RSC
WRI 149 – Fans and Consumer Culture, RSC
WWS 309/SOC 313 – Media and Public Policy, RSC

Spring 2011
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Entrepreneurial New Product Development (NPD), BSC