Contribute to the rapidly developing field of microsystems and nanotechnology by building on knowledge from your chosen field of study - biology, chemistry, electrical engineering, engineering physics, or mechanical engineering. 

You’ll be introduced to the issues and ideas of microsystems and nanotechnology and the interdisciplinary body of knowledge that allows scientists and engineers from different backgrounds to collaborate. You’ll gain the training needed for experimental techniques for microsystems and nanotechnology scale fabrication and characterization, as well as participating in a research project with state-of-the-art technology.

The microsystems and nanotechnology minor can lead to a variety of careers including biologist and chemist.