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Electrical Engineering, BSE

The BSE program in electrical engineering prepares students for positions as electrical engineers, a vital role in the microelectronics industry. The curriculum includes a number of required upper-division electrical engineering and technical elective courses in such areas as circuits; communication, signal processing and control systems; computer engineering; electromagnetics; power; and solid-state devices.

Construction Management and Technology, BS

The BS program in construction management and technology allows students to specialize in construction and facility management. Students learn to organize, lead and manage the building construction business processes related to facility and infrastructure projects, including in the microelectronics industry.

Computer Systems Engineering, BSE

The BSE program in computer systems engineering focuses on the analysis, design, testing, integration and evaluation of hardware and software systems used across industries, including in microelectronics. The curriculum is grounded in numerous engineering disciplines.

Computer Science, BS

The BS program in computer science provides a solid foundation in theoretical and practical aspects of computer science for application across numerous industries, including microelectronics. The program ensures students have the requisite critical thinking, effective programming and problem solving skills in a variety of modern programming languages for application across multiple fields.

Chemistry, Minor

The minor program in chemistry offered by the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences gives students expanded proficiency in biochemistry, analytical chemistry, and advanced and integrative fields of chemistry, offering valuable insight applicable to many STEM fields, including microelectronics.

Data Science, Minor

A minor in data science provides students with skills in statistics, probability and coding in the context of large data sets to learn how to manipulate data sets to make conclusions and recommendations that can have an impact in real-world settings, including the microelectronics industry.

Computer Science (Software Engineering), BS

The software engineering concentration of the BS program in computer science is appropriate for computer science students seeking careers as software engineers. Students learn advanced processes, methodologies and tools for developing and testing large and small software applications in emerging industries including microelectronics.

Materials Science and Engineering, Minor

The materials science and engineering minor program gives science and engineering majors an in-depth understanding of materials that can help to position them for success in the microelectronics industry, including materials structure, processing, properties and performance.

Chemistry, BS

In the BS program in chemistry, students gain the knowledge and skills to solve problems at the atomic and molecular levels in areas as diverse as microelectronics, energy and sustainability, new materials for technology, medicine and health, nanoscience, environmental science, forensics, cosmetics and food chemistry.

Chemical Engineering, BSE

The BSE program in chemical engineering deals with the application of chemistry, physics and mathematics to the process of converting raw materials or chemicals into more useful or valuable forms. Chemical engineering also involves the design of valuable new materials and chemical products, including for the microelectronics industry.