Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon

MT90, MT111, MT112, MT113, MT121, MT122 - Fundamentals in electronic and digital circuits. Instructors need knowledge of material, and ability to teach concepts to students lacking relatable background

  1. MASTERS OF SCIENCE in physics or engineering
    • 3 years industry experience preferred
    • Teaching experience is preferred
    • Demonstration of teaching competency in the subject
  2. BACHELORS OF SCIENCE in physics or engineering
    • Industry experience preferred
    • Teaching experience is preferred
    • Demonstration of teaching competency in related subject
    • Two quarters upper division coursework in the subject
  3. ASSOCIATES OF APPLIED SCIENCE degree required for employment in the semiconductor industry as an equipment technician
    • Demonstration of teaching competency in the subject:
    • Able to demonstrate teaching competence in all CCOG topics

MT222 - Quality systems used in the semiconductor industry. Instructors need experience in quality systems as used in the semiconductor manufacturing area.

  • BACHELORS OF SCIENCE in physics, chemistry or engineering
    • Two years recent industry experience in manufacturing process control
    • Demonstration of teaching competency in the subject

MT101, MT102, MT103, MT104, MT200 - Processes and procedures used in the semiconductor manufacturing industry. Instructors need experience in those processes and procedures.

  • MASTERS OF SCIENCE in physics, chemistry or engineering
    • Two years recent industry experience in semiconductor manufacturing process engineering
    • Demonstration of teaching competency in the subject, or
  • BACHELORS OF SCIENCE in physics, chemistry or engineering with
    • Three years recent industry experience in semiconductor manufacturing process engineering
    • Demonstration of teaching competency in the subject

MT101, MT 103 and MT 104 - Experience in manufacturing processes also allows

  • Any college degree in an industry-related field
  • Five years recent industry experience in related manufacturing
  • Demonstrated teaching ability in related topics

MT 180 -- High Tech Employment Strategies:

  • Any college degree and:
  • Additional training related to hiring and employment in manufacturing environments
  • Five years recent experience involving hiring in semiconductor manufacturing or a related field
  • Knowledge of employment law and current labor and market trends
  • Demonstrated teaching ability in related topics

Revised Date: July 2010

Instructor Qualifications for MT Prior to July 2010