Antenna Engineering Certificate

Antennas Certificate RecipientThe explosion of wireless technology, which is in every aspect of our lives, is creating a greater demand for antenna engineering training. Acquire in-depth expertise and achieve a significant career accomplishment by earning the Antenna Engineering Certificate. Receive mission-critical training by learning how to apply antennas to different applications. Companies in industries such as automobile manufacturing, consumer services and products, utilities, healthcare and technology can gain practical tools through hands-on experiences to improve their products, services and communication systems.

How You Will Benefit

  • Discover the latest in the changing antenna engineering field from experts
  • Earn a recognized industry credential
  • Get up to speed to work quickly to accomplish your tasks
  • Take advantage of the flexibility to assemble a program that meets your needs
  • Establish government and industry contacts
  • Network with peers
  • Certify that you and your staff has the training to complete projects
  • Gain a competitive edge in your industry
  • Increase productivity

Who Should Participate

Engineers, scientists, engineering managers, engineering program managers, antenna technicians, antenna measurement technicians, and project planners who want to gain specialized knowledge and boost their careers.

Delivery Method


Certificate Requirements

  • Effective January 2015, courses can only be applied to one certificate. If a core course for a certificate has already been applied to a previously-awarded certificate, then an additional elective must be taken.
  • Certificates must be completed within 6 years; courses completed more than 6 years ago may not be applied toward certificate.
  • All courses applied to a certificate program must be taken from Georgia Tech.


  • For those with little or no antenna background, DEF 1501P should be taken as an elective before the core course

For Certificate-Related Questions

Please contact the course administrator: Bill Holm, Ph.D.