Microelectronic Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Websites: College Website
Program Website
Catalog Description
Example courses: Semiconductor Devices, Integrated Circuit Processing, Microlithography, VLSI Design, Thin Films, Seminar/Research
What will you do? Microelectronic engineers working in the semiconductor industry use diverse knowledge in engineering, solid-state electronics, physics, chemistry, materials science, optics and applied math and statistics to design and fabricate smaller and more powerful integrated circuits (microchips), the vital component in almost every advanced electronic product manufactured today.
Possible titles: Microelectronic Engineers
Career outlook: Growth projected at an average rate