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About the Course

In this Capstone course, you will design a microcontroller-based embedded system. As an option, you can also build and test a system. The focus of your project will be to design the system so that it can be built on a low-cost budget for a real-world application. To complete this project you'll need to use all the skills you've learned in the course (programming microcontrollers, system design, interfacing, etc.). The project will include some core requirements, but leave room for your creativity in how you approach the project. In the end, you will produce a unique final project, suitable for showcasing to future potential employers. Note that for the three required assignments you do NOT need to purchase software and hardware to complete this course. There is an optional fourth assignment for students who wish to build and demonstrate their system using an Arduino or Raspberry Pi. Please also note that this course does not include discussion forums. Upon completing this course, you will be able to: 1. Write a requirements specification document 2. Create a system-level design 3. Explore design options 4. Create a test plan...

Top reviews

JT

Jun 6, 2020

Great course. It forced me to sit down and design something. Unfortunately, the week 4 optional submission is not editable. I left something out of the short pdf document. I hope it's ok :)

BS

Sep 10, 2019

A very interesting course. Students get the freedom to choose their own ideas and are allowed to implement it. Learnt how to approach a project logically and systematically.

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By Adrian R

Aug 9, 2021

This course seems to be rushed. There are very little examples given and the student is left figuring out thinks on his own with poor or inexistent feedback from peers. Most assignments I reviewed were plagiarized and from other reviews this seems happen for many years now. Thousands of certificates have been offerred to cheating students, so don't expect this certificate to be worth something in the job market. For those who want to learn something, this course is good but requires lots research done yourself with not much help other than what "your favorite search engine" can provide (direct quote from the class). Overall is not a bad end to the sepcialization.

By Susmith D K

Jun 9, 2020

this course is basics to a vast possibility to internet of things

By aman k

Nov 19, 2022

good

By ADARSH M

Jul 8, 2020

technical problems