Education Program Adds Four Partners

Four new organizations provide courses on software engineering, energy economics, and more

5 September 2008

Four new organizations of the IEEE Continuing Education Providers Program provide courses on such topics as software engineering, energy economics, power systems modeling, and Internet technology. Classes, seminars, and graduate-degree programs are available online, on campus, or on DVDs—all at a discount of up to 10 percent for IEEE members. The new partners and their offerings are:

EdistaLearning More than 45 e-learning courses on 13 topics including project and quality management, software engineering, and testing and estimation.

EDSA Micro Corp. On-campus courses in electrical distribution systems design and simulation. Topics include arc flash, power quality, power systems modeling, and protective-device coordination.

GE Energy On-campus courses in emerging power-generation technologies, energy economics and markets, and power system planning.

Pace University Online master’s programs and individual courses in IT and software development and engineering, and graduate-level certificates in e-commerce and security and information assurance.


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