Admission

Rock Creek Bldg., 7, Rm. 202 | Department Chair: Eric Kirchner | 503-614-725 | microelec@pcc.edu

microelectronics student in the lab

Thank you for your interest in PCC's Microelectronics Technology program (MT). The program has limited enrollment due to laboratory space limitations.  Any student that meets the course prerequisites can register for classes as space permits.  It is recommended that you register early.  

How to Enroll in MT program and its options

Step 1) Enroll at PCC

You can complete this now at the PCC Admissions website.

Select an MT major; Microelectronics Technology, or an MT option in Automation or Solar Manufacturing, or the Solar Certificate.

Step 2) College Placement Testing

Take the college placement test (see Catalog).

If you are new at PCC, check with Advising if you think you can waive a placement test.

If immediate overrides are needed for MT classes, submit unofficial transcripts to the MT department along with your request and student ID - G number.  Official transcripts should be sent to Student Records.

Step 3) File an application to enter the MT program or one of its options

Send the MT application and unofficial transcripts to:

Eric Kirchner
Department Chair, Microelectronics Technology Department
Portland Community College
Rock Creek, Building 7, Room 202
P.O. Box 19000
Portland, OR 97280

Step 4) Register for classes

You can register online.

See the course schedule.

See the Catalog for course prerequisites.

Normal MT offerings:
  • Fall: MT101-104, MT109, MT111, MT223, MT224
  • Winter: MT101-103, MT111, MT112, MT121, MT227, MT240
  • Spring: MT101-104, MT108, MT112, MT113, MT121, MT122, MT 131, MT200, MT222, MT228
  • Summer: MT101-103, MT109, MT113, MT122, MT228

MT Advisors

  • For general advising, contact Annette Murphy , Learning Skills Specialist.
  • For technical credit transfer evaluation and other MT related matters please contact Eric Kirchner, MT Department Chair.

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