Are you interested in autonomous driving and road safety? Starting early 2018, Chalmers University of Technology is offering a MicroMasters programme in Emerging Automotive Technologies. This provides learners with a holistic perspective on emerging technologies fostering sustainability and digitalization within the Automotive industry through seven courses and a final capstone exam.
Chalmers’ MicroMasters programme in Emerging Automotive Technologies is developed in cooperation with Volvo Cars, Volvo Group and Zenuity and is designed to prepare learners for the careers in demand today.
What’s a MicroMasters programme?
Course descriptions and registration for Emerging Automotive Technologies
By combining studying a certain number of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), the online learner can get a certificate from edX. The programme is designed to advance the learner’s career. It provides deep learning in a specific career field and is recognized by employers for its real job relevance. Students may apply to the university offering credit for the MicroMasters certificate and, if accepted, can pursue an accelerated and less expensive Master’s Degree.
Why is Chalmers doing a MicroMasters programme?
– For us, this is an urgent, challenging and exciting venture. The Micromaster format gives us an opportunity to rethink in a form that is based on our already strong and close cooperation with industry. We are now launching a broad education, that complements the profound and tailor-made mission training that we already offer, to serve professional individuals who want to prepare themselves for a change of sector and to create flexibility for students in campus education, says Maria Knutson Wedel, Chalmers’ Vice President of Education and Lifelong Learning.