Students have the opportunity to achieve certificates at 3 levels.

Diploma in Electronics and Automation Technologies:
Completion of a minimum of thirty (30) credits (defined by the Board of Study) and obtaining a grade not lower than a C in course units aggregating to a total of twenty (20) credits (specified by the Board of Study) and obtaining an overall GPA of 2.0 or above will enable a student to earn the Diploma in Electronics and Automation Technologies certificate.

Advanced Diploma in Electronics and Automation Technologies:
Completion of a minimum of sixty (60) credits (defined by the Board of Study) and obtaining a grade not lower than a C in course units aggregating to a total of forty (40) credits (specified by the Board of Study) and obtaining an overall GPA of 2.0 will enable a student to earn the Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Automation Technologies degree certificate.

Degree of Bachelor of Science (External) in Electronics and Automation Technologies:
Completion of a minimum of ninety (90) credits with at least thirty (30) credits from each of Level I, Level II and Level III and obtaining a grade not lower than a C in course units aggregating to at least sixty (60) credits, including at least ten (10) credits from each of Level I, Level II and Level III and obtaining a minimum overall GPA of 2.0willenable a student to qualify to obtain a Degree of Bachelor of Science (External) in Electronics and Automation Technologies.

Level I – Certificate in Electronics and Automation Technologies:
Completion of a minimum of thirty (30) credits in Level I and obtaining a grade not lower than C in course units aggregating to at least twenty (20) credits in Level I and obtaining an overall GPA of 2.0 or above in Level I.

Level II – Certificate in Electronics and Automation Technologies:
Completion of a minimum of sixty (60) credits with at least 30 credits from each of Level I and Level II and obtaining a grade not lower than C in course units aggregating to at least forty (40) credits, including a minimum of ten (10) credits from Level I and twenty (20) from Level II and obtaining an overall GPA of 2.0 or above in Level II.