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RIT’s Industry Partnership Sparks New Curriculum in Electronics Design And Manufacturing

RIT’s Industry Partnership Sparks New Curriculum in Electronics Design And Manufacturing

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RIT’s Industry Partnership Sparks New Curriculum in Electronics Design And Manufacturing

Students in Rochester Institute of Technology‘s (RIT) College of Engineering Technology will be able to take college-level printed circuit board (PCB) design programs through the institution’s collaboration with industry experts.

EMA Design Automation, Cadence Design Systems Inc., and RIT have entered a partnership to provide engineers with training and growth opportunities in essential areas of electronics design and manufacturing.

Key Takeaways:

  • A new curriculum in electronics design and production will be developed as a result of RIT’s new partnership with industry experts.
  • College-level printed circuit board (PCB) design programs will be available to RIT College of Engineering Technology students.
  • RIT’s programs, which are taught both online and in-person by PCB design industry experts, can provide today’s students with the skills they need.

Taught both online and in-person by PCB design industry specialists, RIT’s programs can equip today’s students with the skills they need to satisfy the demands of the industry.

A team of PCB design specialists designed and reviewed this new curriculum, which was sponsored by EMA Design Automation. Cadence provided the training with its OrCAD software, which allowed for hands-on design teaching.

As part of this program, EMA is also offering students the opportunity to get OrCAD certified; the software is widely used in manufacturing today.

Electrical schematic capture methodologies, PCB design techniques, PCB manufacturing expertise, and other PCB-specific design restrictions are among the subjects covered in the classes.

The curriculum provides training and growth opportunities in design and manufacturing foundations, CAD software familiarity, and incorporating design for manufacturing, and is based on topics presented in the popular Hitchhiker’s Guide to PCB Design book. 

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