Internet of Things (IoT)
This MicroMasters program will put you at the front of a digital revolution, where you can design problem-solving systems or guide cutting-edge IoT projects in your industry and area of expertise.
To be awarded the MicroMasters credential, you must complete and successfully earn a Verified Certificate in all six courses below, including the IoT Capstone Project:
- Introduction to the Internet of Things (IoT): Gain an understanding of what the IoT is and the requirements to design your own IoT solutions. Start developing IoT ideas in your industry.
- IoT Sensors and Devices: Explore various IoT devices and sensor types, how they work, and how we connect them. Map out the process for developing your own IoT ideas.
- IoT Networks and Protocols: Learn about IoT networks and the protocols and standards associated with the Internet and how these apply to the IoT.
- IoT Programming and Big Data: Learn how to apply software solutions for different systems and Big Data needs to your IoT designs.
- Cybersecurity and Privacy in the IoT: Learn about the security and privacy implications of the IoT and how to design a secure system.
- IoT Capstone Project: Engage fully in the process of designing an IoT solution, from initial analysis of the creative idea to planning out the product, research and design, and identifying a route to market.
Successful completion of all six verified courses provides an entry pathway into the two Electrical Engineering major programs for the Master of Professional Engineering, Embedded Systems Engineering or Telecommunications and Networking Engineering at Curtin. Subject to meeting Curtin’s admission criteria, you will receive 100 credits towards the 600 credit Master of Professional Engineering (Embedded Systems Engineering) or Master of Professional Engineering (Telecommunications and Networking Engineering).
Students with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) or an electrical, electronic or related discipline will qualify for direct entry into the second year and 100 credits towards the 600 credit Master of Professional Engineering (Embedded Systems Engineering) or Master of Professional Engineering (Telecommunications and Networking Engineering) degree.