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Nanomanufacturing Technology

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The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Physics/Nanomanufacturing Technology Track (NMT) will help IUP students to take one semester of experiential learning in the high-tech field of semiconductor device manufacturing at the state-of-the-art facility at Penn State-University Park Campus.

Nanofabrication industries using this technology are rapidly growing from biomedical applications to microelectronics. Graduates of the Applied Physics/NMT Track may enter careers in industry and education.

The students enrolled in Applied Physics/NMT Track will spend one semester (16 weeks) (18cr Capstone) in their Junior/Senior year at Penn State [in the fall, spring, or summer (12 weeks)] for hands-on experience in high-tech semiconductor device manufacturing field. Students must earn a GPA of at least 3.0 in the required Science and Mathematics courses to be considered for admission into the Capstone semester at Penn State.

For information about course requirements see the B.S. in Physics Nanomanufacturing Technology section of the undergraduate course catalog.

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