• Microelectronics Systems Technology

    Certificate

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    This program prepares students for entry into the microelectronics and semiconductor industries. Course work focuses on wafer manufacturing, integrated circuit fabrication, component manufacturing, microelectronic assembly and equipment maintenance. Specific skill areas include: silicon materials fabrication, silicon manufacturing, semiconductor processing, microcontamination and particle control, troubleshooting of equipment and systems, microlithography, ion implantation, etch and chemical vapor deposition.

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES

    Microelectronics Systems Technology AAS Degree

    Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

    • safely and professionally collaborate in an electronic technology-focused workplace,
    • use and comprehend standard electronics terminology in communication,
    • identify and isolate technology problems,
    • identify electronic components including resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors, amplifiers and digital logic gates;
    • read specifications, symbols, schematics, ladder diagrams and assembly drawings;
    • comprehend AC, DC, amps, volts, ohms, impedance, watts, frequency, apparent and reactive power;
    • operate and interpret oscilloscopes, multimeters, signal generators, power supplies;
    • assemble, disassemble, adjust and verify electronic equipment performance;
    • use test procedures and test equipment to service and maintain equipment,
    • demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of the semiconductor manufacturing process including materials, processes, vacuum systems and quality control;
    • apply technical knowledge of sensors and actuators to automated manufacturing and motion control,
    • comprehend the theoretical elements of fluid power systems and apply this knowledge to design, installation and repair of industrial equipment;
    • program and install PLCs to control manufacturing processes.

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES

    Microelectronics Systems Technology Certificate Degree

    Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

    • safely and professionally collaborate in an electronic technology focused workplace,
    • use and comprehend standard electronics terminology in communication,
    • identify electronic compounds including resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, amplifiers, and digital logic gates;
    • read specifications, symbols, schematics;
    • comprehend AC, DC, amps, volts, ohms, impedance, watts, frequency, apparent and reactive power;
    • operate and interpret oscilloscopes, multimeters, signal generators, power supplies;
    • use test procedures to diagnose electronic equipment,
    • demonstrate a basic knowledge of the semiconductor manufacturing process.

    CAREERS

    Career opportunities may include fabrication technician, equipment technician and product test technician.

    For information contact the Manufacturing Department, 503-594-3318.

    MICROELECTRONICS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE

    FIRST TERM Credits

    EET-112 Electronic Test Equipment & Soldering 3

    EET-137 Electrical Fundamentals I 4

    MFG-107 Industrial Safety & First Aid 3

    MFG-109 Computer Literacy for Technicians 3

    MTH-050* Technical Mathematics I 3

    SM-150 Semiconductor Processing I 2

    WR-101* Communication Skills: Occupational Writing 3

    SECOND TERM Credits

    EET-139 Principles of Troubleshooting I 2

    EET-141 Electrical Fundamentals II 4

    EET-157 Digital Logic I 3

    ESH-100 Environmental Regulations 2

    MTH-080* Technical Mathematics II 3

    SM-160 Semiconductor Processing II 2

    THIRD TERM Credits

    EET-127 Semiconductor Circuits I 4

    EET-142 Electrical Fundamentals III 4

    SM-170 Semiconductor Processing III 2

    SM-280 Electronics & Microelectronics/CWE 2

    — — Microelectronics Systems Technology program electives 3

    — — Human Relations requirement 3

    Credits required for certificate 55

    Microelectronics Systems Technology Associate of applied Science Degree: 1st Year

    Complete certificate program.

    Microelectronics Systems Technology Associate of applied science Degree: 2nd Year

    FOURTH TERM Credits

    CH-104 Introductory Chemistry 5

    EET-215 Electromechanical Systems I 2

    EET-239 Principles of Troubleshooting II 2

    MFG-104 Print Reading 2

    — — Microelectronics Systems Technology program electives 3

    FIFTH TERM Credits

    EET-250 Linear Circuits 3

    MFG-140 Principles of Fluid Power 3

    MFG-209 Programming and Automation for Manufacturing 3

    SM-136 Photolithography 2

    SM-280 Electronics & Microelectronics/CWE 2

    MFG-123 Instrumentation & Controls 3

    SIXTH TERM Credits

    EET-230 Laser and Fiber Optics 3

    MFG-133 Programmable Logic Controllers 3

    SM-229 Vacuum Technology 2

    — — Microelectronics Systems Technology program electives 6

    Credits required for degree 99

    Microelectronics Systems Technology program electives:

    Any course with an EET, RET, SM, MFG, WLD or CDT prefix not already in the Microelectronics Systems Technology program.

    *Substitute college transfer courses for these courses if you plan to continue your education at a higher education institution. It is recommended that you consult with a faculty advisor or a staff member in Student Services for the transfer requirements of the specific advanced program or school.

    ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

    (Oregon Tech transfer courses)

    The Manufacturing Technology Department, in cooperation with Oregon Tech, offers a number of transferable microelectronics classes into Oregon Tech’s Electronics Engineering Technology degree program. For information contact the Manufacturing Department, 503-594-3318.

  • Contact our Manufacturing Technology Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Call us: 503-594-3318

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