Master of Science in Microelectronics Manufacturing Engineering

Master of Science in Microelectronics Manufacturing Engineering is designed for those students who have acquired the basic skills in electronics/electrical/mechanical engineering fields. The program targets only those students who have earned a four year degree/diploma or equivalent in Mechanical engineering, Physics, Electrical Engineering, and Electronics Engineering. The program was designed to produce graduates who are capable to determine the ways by which microelectronics properties can be engineered or modified to meet certain requirements related to their intended use.

Students must complete all the required foundation courses. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.

Foundation Courses (30 Credits)

  • MEng500 Introduction to Microelectronics Device and Circuits I
  • MEng501 Introduction to Microelectronics Device and Circuits II
  • MEng511 Power Electronics
  • MEng515 Digital Integrated Circuits: Analysis and Design
  • MEng520 System Identification
  • MEng603 Information Theory
  • MEng609 Integrated Microelectronic Device
  • MEng611 Discrete-Time Signal Processing
  • MEng623 Introduction to Nano electronics
  • MEng631 Statistical Modeling in Manufacturing Processes MEng635 Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Physics
  • GRES 690 Master's Thesis (must be taken at the last semester of the program, valued as 6 credits); thesis guidelines

Electives (3 Credits)

Students must complete one course from electives. Each course is valued as 3 Credits. MENG 600 Project Costing

  • MCA 510 Information Technology Management
  • MCA 525 Project Management
  • Be able to understand different circuits and models at high frequency.
  • Be able to solve transistor circuits' problems.
  • Be able to understand the functions of operational amplifier.
  • To analyze combinational and sequential devices for logic circuits.
  • Be familiarized with the integrated circuit families

Total Credits required for Master of Science in Microelectronics Manufacturing Engineering is 42.

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