HEGIS # 5310
Interim Chairperson: Christopher McNally, Ph.D.
Williams Hall, Room 126, (518) 629-7275
The 25-credit Semiconductor Technology certificate program offered by the School of Engineering and Industrial Technologies at Hudson Valley Community College provides the specialized knowledge of semiconductors and nanotechnology that Hudson Valley Electrical Engineering Technology (ELT) graduates and other candidates need to compete for entry-level employment in the semiconductor manufacturing industry.
Students receive highly specialized training in semiconductor and nanotechnology, digital electronics, electro-mechanical devices, semiconductor manufacturing and the nanofabrication processes. The curriculum consists of seven courses to be completed in two semesters.
Most of the courses are taught at Hudson Valley’s TEC-SMART (Training and Education Center for Semiconductor Manufacturing and Alternative and Renewable Technologies) facility located in Malta. Some courses are held at the main campus in Troy.
In the heart of New York State’s Tech Valley, the Capital Region is emerging as a global leader due to the confluence of major research universities, such as Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and University at Albany’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, as well as the growth of high-tech industries, including GlobalFoundries, Sematech and IBM. This program furthers Hudson Valley’s goal of providing the semiconductor and nanotechnology industries with a qualified workforce that demonstrates ethical responsibility as individuals and as members of a multidisciplinary team. Students graduate with the skills needed to continuously improve and engage in lifelong learning, and to adapt to a technologically advancing society.
Program Entrance Requirements