The LabVIEW certificate is an opportunity to develop basic and intermediate LabVIEW skills including the ability to construct moderately complex, modular, well-organized LabVIEW applications.
The hands-on exercises build programming skills in data acquisition, instrument control, analysis, archiving, planning and building larger applications as well as Intermediate level issues of memory management, multithreading, and code interface nodes.
LabVIEW has grown to become the industry-leading development environment for data acquisition, test, measurement, control, and analysis applications. National Instruments created LabVIEW graphical programming environment for scientists and engineers to use for rapid design development and deployment of instrumentation and control systems.
The certificate in LabVIEW consists of two required classes totaling 66 hours of lecture and hands-on laboratory instruction. Students who successfully complete both classes will be awarded a Certificate in LabVIEW and 6.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Those who pass the elective CLAD certification exam will receive an additional .1 CEU and certification from National Instruments.
Cal State Fullerton’s University Extended Education is proud to be a National Instruments LabVIEW Academy. Get hands-on training in LabVIEW and prepare for the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) certification exam. The CLAD is the first step in the three-part NI LabVIEW certification process. This certification indicates a broad working knowledge of the LabVIEW environment, a basic understanding of coding and documentation best practices, and the ability to read and interpret existing code. The optional exam will be offered to those who have successfully completed University Extended Education's Intermediate LabVIEW.