The Nanotechnology program is designed for individuals who plan to obtain entry-level positions or to advance education in a 4-year university.
Student entering the program must have the following skills:
If you are interested in learning more about nanotechnology, a fundamental course of "NANO1301--Introduction to Nanotechnology" is highly recommended.
There are 4 options for nanotechnology study at NVC:
AAS in Nanotechnology which requires 62 credit hours
2+2 in Nanotechnology which will transfer to Physics Department at UTSA
Advanced Technical Certificate which requires 23 credit hours
Level One Certificate in Nanotechnology Which requires 16-17 credit hours
(NEW in Fall 2013).
During the program curriculum, the equipment a student will gain experience with includes but is not limited to the following:
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