APPLIED PHYSICS WITH SECOND MAJOR IN MICROELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
In partnership with School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) and College of Engineering (CoE).
Applied Physics students earn a Second Major in Microelectronics Engineering by taking courses such as circuit fabrication, microprocessor design, device simulation, and more.
Selective and academically challenging programme at the frontier of Applied Physics and Electronics Engineering, providing students with a fundamental understanding of how microelectronic devices work, and how to design and implement them.
Graduates are well-placed for careers in high-tech industries, particularly in the research and development of microelectronic devices.
With the vision to transform Singapore into a smart nation, there is a great demand for sensors of all kinds: optical sensors, motion sensors and so on. The underlying technology of these sensors is semiconductor technology.
The program is launched in partnership with School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) and College of Engineering (CoE). The programme will be launched in AY 2020-2021 and it aims to attract good students interested in applications of microelectronics technology with a deep physical understanding of the technology. Students who graduated from this programme can be employed to work on jobs in at least 2 key enablers of the Smart Nation Initiative.