The SUTD-CGU Dual Masters Programme in Nano-Electronic Engineering and Design is a unique, multidisciplinary learning experience encompassing the full value chain of the semiconductor industry.
This programme covers research and coursework in integrated circuit (IC) design, production, packaging, testing, reliability and failure analysis, chip assembly and packaging, particularly in the emerging areas of nano-electronic design, production and testing.
The SUTD-CGU Dual Masters Programme starts in September at CGU and ends in March at SUTD.
To fulfill coursework requirements at CGU, students must specialise under either of the following academic tracks:
• Integrated Circuit (IC) Design Track Under this Track, students will learn more about the tools, software and processes required to conduct analysis, design and development of a wide variety of ICs (analog, digital, radio frequency, mixed-signal).
• Advanced Manufacturing Track Under this Track, students will learn more about the integral aspects of IC production quality and reliability management. This includes reliability and failure analysis, failure mechanisms and packaging reliability.
•At least a Bachelor’s degree or above with excellent academic standing in mathematics, physics, engineering, computer science or related fields.
•Proficiency in English (IELTS or TOEFL is required if English is not your medium of instruction in your studies)