The objective of the master of science degree in microelectronic engineering is to provide an opportunity for students to perform graduate-level research as they prepare for entry into either the semiconductor industry or a doctoral program. The degree requires strong preparation in the area of microelectronics and requires a thesis.
The program has a number of outcomes for its students:
Program prerequisites include a bachelor of science degree in engineering (such as electrical or microelectronic engineering), including an introductory course in device physics. Students who do not have these prerequisites can take courses during their first semester of study and still complete the MS degree in two years. Prerequisite courses do not count toward the required graduate courses.
Additional Graduate Student Resources and 2016 Thesis Completion Timeline are available here.