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Integrated Electronics Certificate

Robert Bowman, Professor
(585) 475-7917, rjbeee@rit.edu

Program overview

The certificate in integrated electronics offers a comprehensive curriculum on the design of state-of-the-art electronic circuits. Course work builds on an introductory understanding of semiconductor device physics and basic circuit theory. The design of analog and mixed-signal circuits are addressed in courses focusing on issues and trade-offs involved in widely used circuits. In addition, the certificate offers an advanced course to instill an in-depth understanding of all processes involved in designing a modern integrated circuit, including electronic design automation.

This certificate primarily targets people already active in the electrical engineering field and allows experienced technicians and physical designers to become more cross-functional and stronger contributors to multidisciplinary teams. The curriculum provides them with a path for professional growth.

At least five years of working knowledge with electronics and some college-level math and science (e.g., algebra and physics) are required for admission. Applications are reviewed by the program director. Courses in this certificate are available online.

Curriculum

Integrated electronics, certificate, typical course sequence

Course Sem. Cr. Hrs.
EEEE-285 Introduction to Circuits 3
EEEE-381 Electronics I 3
EEEE-482 Electronics II 3
EEEE-726 Mixed Signal Design 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 12