What can you do with VLSI/Microchips?
As a VLSI Engineer, you will be at the forefront of designing and developing cutting-edge integrated circuits that power all electronic devices and systems. Experts are needed in semiconductor manufacturing, consumer electronics, telecommunications, automotive, aerospace, defense, cyber-security, and AI sectors. Additionally, opportunities exist in research institutions, government agencies, and consulting firms.
What you'll study in VLSI/Microchips
Gonzaga students studying VLSI tools explore integrated circuit design methodologies, hardware description languages, digital synthesis, timing analysis, functional simulation, and physical layout.