Embedded Systems Using C Course Overview

Embedded Systems Using C Course Overview

The Embedded Systems Using C course is a comprehensive program designed to equip learners with the essential skills to program embedded systems using the C language. Through this course, participants will delve into the characteristics of embedded systems, understand the structure and compilation of C programs, and implement best practices for robust and efficient code. They'll gain knowledge of microcontroller (MCU) architecture, variables, types, and debugging techniques, and learn how to manipulate hardware directly with operators and registers.

The curriculum covers advanced topics such as flow control, real-time concepts, and interrupts, as well as pointers, arrays, functions, structures, and unions crucial for embedded systems development. Scheduling techniques and preprocessor directives are also included, providing a solid foundation for implementing complex embedded solutions. By completing this embedded C course, students will be well-prepared to achieve an embedded C certification, signaling their proficiency in this specialized field.

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Course Prerequisites

To successfully undertake the Embedded Systems Using C course provided by Koenig Solutions, the following minimum prerequisites are recommended:


  • Basic understanding of computer architecture and how microcontroller units (MCUs) function.
  • Familiarity with programming concepts and constructs, such as variables, data types, loops, and conditional statements.
  • Prior exposure to the C programming language, including writing and debugging simple programs.
  • An understanding of binary and hexadecimal number systems.
  • Ability to use a text editor and command-line interface, as these may be used extensively throughout the course.
  • A willingness to learn and apply new concepts in software development and embedded system design.

Please note that while these prerequisites are meant to ensure a smooth learning experience, motivated individuals with a strong interest in embedded systems and a commitment to learning can also succeed in this course.


Target Audience for Embedded Systems Using C

The "Embedded Systems Using C" course is designed for professionals looking to master embedded systems programming and C language intricacies.


  • Embedded Software Engineers
  • Firmware Developers
  • Electrical Engineers with a focus on embedded systems
  • Computer Engineers entering the embedded field
  • Systems Architects who design embedded solutions
  • Technical Project Managers overseeing embedded projects
  • Hardware Engineers looking to better understand software integration
  • IoT (Internet of Things) Developers
  • Robotics Engineers
  • Automotive Software Engineers
  • Aerospace Engineers involved in avionics software
  • Professionals transitioning from high-level programming to lower-level embedded development
  • Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Students specializing in embedded systems
  • Technical Leads managing embedded development teams
  • Quality Assurance Engineers specializing in embedded systems testing
  • Technical Consultants providing expertise in embedded systems design and development


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Embedded Systems Using C?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes and Concepts Covered

This comprehensive course on Embedded Systems Using C provides a deep dive into programming embedded systems, from basic C programming concepts to advanced techniques for real-time applications.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the unique characteristics of embedded systems and apply C programming best practices within this context.
  • Gain insight into microcontroller (MCU) architecture, program execution, and the boot process for embedded systems.
  • Master the use of variables, data types, casting, and debugging techniques specific to embedded software development.
  • Learn hardware manipulation through direct memory access, register maps, and bit-level operations for optimal control over system hardware.
  • Develop strong program flow control skills using software design patterns, UML, flowcharts, and scheduling algorithms.
  • Handle advanced flow control with real-time concepts, interrupts, and techniques for managing shared data and race conditions.
  • Utilize advanced types, enumerations, derived types, and expressions to create robust state machines and software architectures.
  • Acquire a thorough understanding of arrays, pointers, strings, and their operations, crucial for memory management in embedded systems.
  • Design and implement functions, including an understanding of variable scope, recursion, inline functions, and static code analysis for code quality assurance.
  • Construct and manipulate complex data structures such as structures and unions, and learn to design device drivers with clean and maintainable APIs.