Certificate in Quantum Engineering
The Certificate in Quantum Engineering requires the student to obtain a graduate degree at Washington University and the completion of the following two requirements:
- At least two courses must be from the Required Courses list.
- At least one of the electives needs to be a 5xx-level course.
- Units required: 12
|ESE 4301||Quantum Mechanics for Engineers||3|
|ESE 429||Basic Principles of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information||3|
|or ESE 536||Introduction to Quantum Optics|
|ESE 431||Introduction to Quantum Electronics||3|
|CSE 468T||Introduction to Quantum Computing||3|
|ESE 436||Semiconductor Devices||3|
|ESE 439||Introduction to Quantum Communications||3|
|ESE 532||Introduction to Nano-Photonic Devices||3|
|ESE 582/BME 5820||Fundamentals and Applications of Modern Optical Imaging||3|
|Chem 401||Physical Chemistry I||3|
|Chem 500||Independent Work||3|
|Chem 533||Time-Dependent Quantum Mechanics & Spectroscopy||3|
|Chem 543||Physical Properties of Quantum Nanostructures||3|
|Physics 472||Solid State Physics||3|
|Physics 589||Selected Topics in Physics I||3|
|Math 528||Topics in Functional Analysis II||3|
- The program must be consistent with the residency and other applicable requirements of Washington University and the McKelvey School of Engineering.
- Students must obtain a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.0 out of a possible 4.0 overall for courses applied toward the degree. Courses that apply toward the degree must be taken with the credit/letter grade option.