Digital Logic Design
Earners of the Digital Logic Design badge have completed UCO's CMSC 2833 Computer Organization and Architecture I course. This course introduces data representation in computer systems, Boolean algebra for digital logic circuit design, combinational digital logic circuit design and optimization and sequential digital logic circuits.
What can you do with this micro-credential?
- Understand how numbers and characters are represented in computer systems.
- Understand how error detection and correcting codes work.
- Apply Boolean algebra and Karnaugh map to optimize digital logic circuits.
- Design and implement combinational digital logic circuits.
- Design and implement sequential digital logic circuits.
- UCO students completing CMSC 2833 Computer Organization and Architecture I.
• In person and online synchronous sessions.
• Fall and spring semesters.
- Those interested must be enrolled as a student in UCO's CMSC 2833 Computer Organization and Architecture I academic course. Registration for this micro-credential is included in the course enrollment.
- The micro-credential fee is included in the academic course tuition and fees.
What is a micro-credential?
Micro-credentials provide new opportunities to demonstrate specific knowledge, skills and abilities in ways that create a more complete picture of your capabilities. Upon successful completion and verification of the micro-credential requirements, you will be issued a digital badge that can be displayed and verified online, such as on resumes or professional social media profiles. Digital micro-credentials can provide another way to demonstrate your achievement of competencies and allows you to clearly communicate your capabilities to others.