The Nanotechnology curriculum prepares students to characterize and fabricate materials for biological, textile, chemical, and electrical applications at the atomic level in entry-level positions in engineering, manufacturing and/or medical research and development.

Course work includes biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, manufacturing engineering technology, and an extensive array of very detailed nanotechnology-specific courses, using high-tech equipment and complying with high-precision quality control and clean-room protocols.

Graduates should qualify for various positions of industry and government, including research and development, materials testing and processing, optics and sensors, electron microscopy, and emerging nanotechnology industries.