Many of you may wonder with both Master of Science degrees specialising in different areas of the semiconductor industry, what is truly the difference between the two degrees? What could you master from these tracks and what can you be as you step into the future? We are here to answer these burning questions!
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Learning Outcomes: Master of Science in Integrated Circuit Design (MSc in ICD) equips students with the academic proficiency and hands-on knowledge required in the design, development, and manufacture of integrated circuit and integrated electronic products.
Master of Science in Green Electronics (MSc in GE) equips students with comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of micro-/ nano-fabrication technology, renewable energy, power semiconductors as well as organic semiconductor devices and systems.
Course Modules: While ICD modules focus on integrated chips design methodology & architecture mostly, GE modules focus on semiconductor devices and their fabrication technology. Only non-technical elective modules are common for both ICD & GE.
Course Modules: While GE modules focus on semiconductor devices and their fabrication technology, ICD modules focus on integrated chips design methodology & architecture mostly. Only non-technical elective modules are common for both ICD & GE
Here are some of the possible job titles that graduates from each course might hold.
For Singaporeans and Permanent Residents only, the EDB-IPP Scholarship is awarded to provide students with industry-relevant training in Integrated Circuit Design, where students have the opportunity to take on R&D roles in the industry.
💡Singapore citizen / permanent resident
💡Must not be receiving concurrent funding, bursaries or scholarships
💡Meet the prevailing admIssion criteria for the Msc in Integrated Circuit Design programme
💡No bond requirement. Can be a new hire or existing employee of the company
💡Interested applicants may email to email@example.com