Microelectronic engineering students may develop concentrations in nanotechnology and photonics. The program offers elective courses in nanotechnology, nanofabrication, nanocharacterization, and photovoltaics science and engineering
A dual degree options are available to current MicroE students who qualify academically. Students may apply for this program in their second year of study.
Dual degree options: An accelerated, cross-disciplinary dual BS/MS degree is available to qualified students. This degree offers students the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in less time than pursuing each degree individually. Students earn a BS in microelectronic engineering and an MS in materials science and engineering (offered through RIT’s College of Science) in only five years.
Students also have the opportunity to earn a dual degree in conjunction with the College of Liberal Arts Public Policy Department. Students earn a BS in microelectronic engineering and an MS in Science, Technology, and Public Policy in five years.
Graduate study: A master of science in microelectronic engineering and a master of engineering in microelectronic manufacturing engineering are offered.
Please refer to Graduate Admissions for more information.