Dive into the world of digital signal processing theory and practice with the UNH Digital Signal Processing Microcredential program.
- ECE 814: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
- ECE 941: Digital Signal Processing
The earner of the Digital Signal Processing Microcredential has learned:
- Coverage of discrete time signals and systems
- Frequency domain transforms and practical spectral analysis
- Digital filter terminology and design
- Sampling and reconstruction of continuous time signals
- Signal modeling, parameter estimation, optimal filtering and decision making
- Application to adaptive filters, echo cancellation, channel equalization and parametric spectral estimation
How It Works
The Digital Signal Processing Microcredential is a short-term credit-bearing program offered by the UNH Center for Acoustic Research and Education.
To receive the Digital Signal Processing Microcredential learners must successfully complete ECE 814: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing and ECE 941: Digital Signal Processing within a period of 2 years or less.
Upon completion of the required coursework, learners will receive a UNH Digital Signal Processing Microcredential issued by Credly that is shareable via social media, digital resumes, online portfolios, and email signatures.
What To Expect
ECE 814: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing and ECE 941: Digital Signal Processing are traditional graduate-level course at the University of New Hampshire. Both courses meet for regular sessions during a traditional semester schedule. Courses are available online and/or in-person depending upon the semester. Check each of the individual course links provided above for specific course semesters, dates, and times.
Learners in the courses will be a mix of matriculated UNH degree students and nonmatriculated continuing education students. All learners are expected to participate and engage as defined by the expectations of the individual course instructor, syllabus, and curriculum to successfully complete each individual course.
How to Enroll
There is no formal application process for the Bioacoustics Microcredential, learners simply enroll directly in ECE 814: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing and ECE 941: Digital Signal Processing during set enrollment windows. (View the UNH Course Registration Calendar.)
Current matriculated UNH degree students must enroll for courses in their standard course enrollment procedure with the consultation of their academic advisor and enrollment through Webcat and the Office of the Registrar.
Nonmatriculated, nondegree, visiting, and continuing education learners can enroll for courses online through UNH's Nondegree Enrollment platform.
Start Your Learning Pathway Today
Start working towards your Graduate Certificate in Acoustics.
Once you earn your Digital Signal Processing Microcredential, you can apply the 7 credits earned directly towards a UNH Graduate Certificate in Acoustics with the UNH Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space
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For More Information Contact
Laura N. Kloepper, Ph.D. (she/hers)
Department of Biological Sciences
College of Life Sciences and Agriculture
Associate Director for Education
Center for Acoustic Research and Education (CARE)
Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space