284: Guidance, Navigation & Control Systems - NPS Online
Provides students with the skills required for analysis, design and evaluation of guidance, navigation and control systems. The certificate provides a solid engineering foundation which covers the fundamental concepts of optimal estimation methods for linear and nonlinear systems, optimal control laws for control systems, including minimum time control, minimum energy control, and linear quadratic regulator. Students will gain the skills required to analyze and design missile guidance and inertial navigation systems, ballistic missile targeting systems, and missile motion simulators.
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Included in degrees & certificates
Requirements for Entry
- Acceptance by the ECE Department: Entrance to the Electrical and Computer Engineering curriculum at the Naval Postgraduate School is through a three-part requirement consisting of a minimum grade point average at the undergraduate level, a sufficient mathematics background, and a sufficient background in technical undergraduate studies. Applicants with a B.S.E.E. degree usually will satisfy the last two requirements automatically.
- Command/Company endorsement.
Tuition & Service Obligation
For information regarding service obligation, please visit the Admissions Office’s Eligibility/Service Obligation page.
The four-graduate-course sequence is extracted from the current set of graduate courses required to complete the Guidance, Navigation Control Systems specialization track for the MSEE Degree offered by the ECE Department.
08 Jan 2024
Spring Quarter applications due
01 Apr 2024
Summer Quarter applications due
08 Jul 2024
Fall Quarter applications due