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LabVIEW Programming Certificate
Semester Hours:  16
Effective Term: Fall 2012
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None

Program Description: The LabVIEW Certificate provides the basis for an entry-level career in the LabVIEW programming environment using National Instruments hardware.

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Recommended Proficiencies: Programming experience and windows operating system

Course Requirements
LabVIEW Programming Certificate (16 Credits)

Recommended Proficiencies
Computer programming and basic electronics coursework prepare students for success in this Certificate program.

Core Requirements (16)
MET261 LabVIEW 1 Programming (3)
MET262 LabVIEW 2 Programming (3)
MET263 LabVIEW 3 Programming (3)
MET264 LabVIEW FPGA Applications (3)
MET265 LabVIEW Overview (4)

Other Requirements
Reading Competency: RDG094 College Reading R

Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all required courses.
Students must earn a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
Students must earn at least one-third of the certificate credits from CAC.
Program Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. (Evaluation Level) Identify and explain LabVIEW programming principles and use and upgrade scalable, readable, and maintainable LabVIEW applications.
2. (Evaluation Level) Describe, use, and evaluate how the LabVIEW environment interacts with other software, including professional user interfaces.
3. (Analysis Level) Use LabVIEW programming language to identify, explain, and analyze "while" and "for" loops, data types and structures, and arrays and clusters.
4. (Evaluation Level) Examine and evaluate existing code then modify the code to improve usability.
5. (Evaluation Level) Describe error handling, identify complex errors, explain and demonstrate resolution steps.
6. (Synthesis Level) Create LabVIEW software documentation to execute commands such as event planning and data logging.
7. (Evaluation Level) Identify and analyze stand-alone applications then prepare, build, and deploy stand-alone applications.
8. (Evaluation Level) Identify various LabVIEW structures to troubleshoot errors in design patterns, such as notifiers, queues, and events.
Standards for Program
LabVIEW course materials available from Pete Lomeli.