The Graduate Certificate in Quantum Computing is intended to provide an introduction to the essentials of quantum computing software, applications, and use cases, and an introduction to how quantum computing is used in industry with a focus on adoption of systems, structure and economics for platforms, and impacts to organizations. As quantum computing technology moves from a theoretical state to one available for commercial use, the certificate program will provide critical expertise and foundational knowledge in applicability and how quantum technologies can integrate with existing IT infrastructure in industrial settings.
Completing this program
Completing the Graduate Certificate in Quantum Computing requires 4 courses consisting of:
Students may complete a laddered pathway from the Graduate Certificate to the Graduate Diploma.
Each of the credentials can be completed full-time or part-time.
Students can choose to apply directly to one of the credentials or complete the individual credentials.
Students who complete the Graduate Certificate in Quantum Computing may receive laddering credit for the 12 units of coursework completed in the certificate program if they are subsequently accepted into the Graduate Diploma in Quantum Computing program within 5 years of beginning the certificate.
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Graduates of the Certificate in Quantum Computing will help to direct strategic development and deployment through their understanding of quantum software and hardware, applications, and the implementation and use cases for quantum computing. In the case of new graduates, they will be well-positioned to join teams preparing for transitions to quantum computing. Mid-career professionals will bring training gained through the certificate program to bear on their experience and expertise, greatly enhancing their ability to provide consulting, strategic planning, and project management contributions to organizations. The program supports in-service professionals as well as those who are transitioning between or back into technology sector positions as upskilling or reskilling talent.