Accelerate Your Career
in Electronics Design
- Online modular courses teaching the foundations of PCB design.
- Hands-on projects teaching ECAD tool fundamentals including schematic capture, PCB layout, and creating manufacturing documentation.
- PCB Design Course Certificate awarded upon completion.
- Renewable every year with verified university enrollment.
- Over 200K components and design templates to use in your projects.
- Analyze your power nets right inside Altium Designer.
The Student Lab
is your pathway to career
success in electronics design.
Imagine what’s possible when you possess the industry-leading skills and tools that not only set you apart but open doors to a future filled with boundless opportunities.
The lab is not just a collection of tools and resources; it's a career accelerator designed to equip you with practical, hands-on skills.
Access to Industry-leading Software
The Student Lab gives you access to Altium’s powerful electronic design software, which is widely used in a variety of industries. This hands-on experience with professional-grade tools gives you a competitive edge while helping you master electronics design.
Online PCB Curriculum and Course Certificate
Learn the foundations of PCB design. Hands-on projects teaching ECAD fundamentals including schematic capture, PCB layout, and manufacturing. PCB Design Course Certificate awarded upon completion.
Because it’s the #1 PCB design software in the industry, learning Altium Designer early on can give you a head start in your career by opening the doors to internships, scholarships, and other exciting opportunities with some of the biggest names in electronics design.
Work on real-world projects and challenges that help you solve problems and gain valuable skills you can use later in your career.
The Student Lab focuses on practical skill development to make sure you develop the technical expertise and confidence needed to thrive in the field of electronics design.
What Our Students Say
“Knowing Altium Designer is a big plus for employers and stands out on my resume. This summer I'll be interning for Tesla working with their Power Electronics team and last summer I landed an internship with a medical device company working on PCB’s for their heart pump”.
“I was first introduced to Altium Designer through the EE Emerge Course at UC Davis. Having Altium designer skills gave me an edge among other applicants in getting interviews and ultimately landing me an internship at NASA Jet Propulsion Labs”.