Technology Curriculum

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Developing leading-edge curriculum to teach the engineers of tomorrow is a challenge faced by universities around the world. The Intel® Higher Education Program works to accelerate this process by providing "world class" curriculum modules developed by leading universities worldwide. All course content has been developed by university faculty and is provided free of charge.*

 

The curriculum modules contained in the Intel® Higher Education Curriculum Forum are not
Intel product training, nor an Intel certification program. The content can be used in its entirety
to start new courses or piecemeal to supplement existing courses. University faculty are
the primary audience; however students or other visitors are welcome to use the content for their own educational purposes.

Microelectronic Fabrication Curriculum
Today's fabrication technologies draw upon a wide variety of disciplines, and a diverse scientific and mathematical base. The Microelectronic Fabrication Curriculum is designed specifically to address these aspects of "process science" in an interdisciplinary way.

MicroElectronics Packaging Curriculum

"MicroElectronics assembly and packaging technology" or "Packaging" is a key element to Intel manufacturing and product development. This suite of courses reflects a two year masters program designed to provide the necessary multi-disciplinary background.

 

VLSI Curriculum
The VLSI Curriculum presents the complete coursework that may be considered when creating a VLSI program. The coursework is sequenced to show the interconnects between key areas such as analog design, digital design and overall architecture planning.

Embedded Computing Curriculum

The Embedded Computing Curriculum not only provides in-depth materials to describe the scientific principles behind embedded systems, but also includes comprehensive lab projects to help students obtain hands-on experience in programming embedded systems.

 

Wireless Computing Curriculum
Wireless computing is becoming the standard for implementing computing and communication applications. This section presents two options on how wireless curriculum can be put into practice in existing computer science and electrical engineering programs.


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