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  • You must have completed the course or program no more than 3 year(s) ago unless a formalized articulation agreement is in place
  • You must have a minimum mark of B- in the course(s) or program

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The Nanotechnology Systems program is the only program of its kind in Canada.  In it, you will be exposed to face-to-face, hands-on learning in our labs including in our specialized cleanroom facility.

In the program, you will learn about the fabrication and evaluation of micro- and nanomaterials and devices commonly used in a wide range of industries, such as health care, smart devices, and energy production and storage. You’ll learn how to operate systems and equipment used by nanotech researchers and manufacturing companies, such as the scanning electron microscope (SEM), which is used to obtain images of objects at the nanometre scale.

If you are seeking a multidisciplinary career in science and technology, this program will appeal to you. Nanotechnology offers a growing number of high-tech and non-traditional career paths that will constantly challenge you with new and complex problems to solve.

Employment rates reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and do not guarantee future employment opportunities.

Salaries reported by NAIT alumni are for information purposes and are not a guarantee of future alumni income.

What is nanotechnology?

Nanotechnology (or “nanotech”) is the science and engineering of materials at sizes in the nanometre (one billionth of a metre) range.

Nanotechnology is creating many new materials and devices with a vast range of applications in electronics, biochemistry, medicine, energy production and other fields. Nanotechnology can be found in everything from smart phones to sunscreens made by companies like L’Oreal, 3M, Bayer and Intel. 

Following investment by the province, Alberta is fast becoming the hub for Canada’s expanding nanotechnology industry.

Hands-on, industry-relevant skills

In this unique program, you’ll gain lab experience and clean room protocols through hands-on sessions in our specialized labs and at partner institutions at the University of Alberta and the Edmonton Research Park. You’ll become familiar with lithography (a technique used to make integrated circuits, or microelectromechanical devices), the synthesis of nanoparticles, the fabrication of devices such as Organic LEDs and solar cells, and lab-on-a-chip technology (where medical tests may be carried out on a hand-held device the size of a mobile phone). 

Upon successful completion of the Nanotechnology Systems program, you’ll be able to:

  • design and implement Quality Management Systems
  • apply fundamental scientific understanding from a nano to a macro world
  • collect and analyze data
  • operate and maintain advanced process equipment
  • adopt workplace ethical and safety practices
  • demonstrate communication skills in an interdisciplinary environment
  • demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills

Enter the workforce with confidence

Globally, nanotechnology is an emerging market that promises new and interesting opportunities across a variety of applications in many different industries. Alberta now boasts a growing nanotech enterprise sector of more than 70 companies, with many located in the Edmonton region. Nanotechnology is also being used within organizations beyond the nanotechnology industry to solve industrial challenges.

After graduating from the Nanotechnology Systems program you may find work in a fast paced, challenging, and team environment with advanced equipment and small scale materials. Jobs are typically found in research and design, health, environmental, and manufacturing areas like:

  • microfabrication
  • sensors and devices
  • nanomaterial synthesis
  • clean technology
  • consumer products

Become a trusted professional

Graduates of this program earn a diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology. 

While enrolled in the program, you'll be eligible for student membership in the following professional associations:

After graduation and required work experience, you may also be eligible for professional accreditation. 

You may also continue your studies after graduation by pursuing a Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (BTech). Diploma grads can earn a BTech degree with just two more years of study. Full-time and part-time study options are available. 

Learn more about NAIT's BTech program

BTech - Technology Management

Completion of this diploma qualifies as the first 2 years of NAIT's unique 4-year Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management degree.

Become a certified engineering technologist

Students of this program are eligible for student membership in the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET).

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Term 1

CHEM1130Principles in Chemistry I
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program.
  • Course Equivalencies: NAN131
  • Open Studies: Available

This course will familiarize the students with fundamental chemistry concepts. Atomic structure, types of chemical bonding and intermolecular interactions, chemical calculations, acid-base chemistry, and the structure and properties of matter in the gaseous state will be discussed. The laboratory component will emphasize concepts learned in class, laboratory techniques, and the importance of keeping laboratory records.

MATH1112Technical Mathematics and Calculus I
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program.
  • Course Equivalencies: ASM112
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course is for Nanotechnology Systems students. The aim of this course is to review and extend those topics in algebra and trigonometry which are necessary for nanotechnology and to introduce students to limits and derivatives. Topics include: scientific and engineering notation, graphs, systems of linear equations, matrices, trigonometric functions, complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic functions and limits and derivatives.

NANO1100Cleanroom Practices
  • Open Studies: Available

This course provides an introduction to Cleanroom structure and a detailed overview of Cleanroom safety, practices, operations, and classifications. During the course, students will be attending sessions that will train/prepare them for best practices in cleanrooms and nano/micro fabrication facility operations. The course will also highlight material and substrate handling and the standards/procedures used in commercial Nanofabrication Facilities.

NANO1101Introduction to Nanotechnology
  • Course Equivalencies: STAS1101
  • Open Studies: Available

This course provides an overview of nanotechnology and nanoscience to the student. The student is given a broad overview of the history, science, and the applications of nanotechnology, including a brief summary of common manufacturing techniques. Because of the impact that nanotechnology has on all of our lives, the student will examine the societal impact and ethical issues surrounding nanotechnology. As well, the student will examine regulatory issues in a high technology environment. This course will also provide an overview of the industry of nanotechnology, with highlights on current industry and supporting organizations. This course involves a significant technical writing component; therefore students will also be trained in best practices for technical writing.

NANO1200Vacuum Systems
  • Requisites: Co-Requisites: CHEM1130, PHYS1150. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Open Studies: Available

This course introduces the technology involved with the creation and control of high vacuum environments that are typically used in the creation of nanometer and micron sized objects. It deals with the specialized equipment that is encountered in the nanotechnology field. The subject matter involves both physical processes and process control principles and common maintenance tasks. Topics include: vacuum principles, pumping and pressure measurement theory, vacuum materials and components, vacuum system troubleshooting. Lab activities in this course will involve working with practical vacuum components. Students will also design a basic process vacuum system.

PHYS1150Physics for Nanotechnology
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course, intended for Nanotechnology Systems students, will provide the student with a common background in knowing and using physical principles, laws and mathematical relationships relating to units of measurement, scalar and vector quantities, uniform linear acceleration, Coulomb's Law, electric fields, electrical potential energy, force on a charge in a magnetic field, Newton's laws of motion, work, energy and power. The density of materials, basic properties of waves, sound, refraction, diffraction, interference, polarization of light, and color will also be included. The student will learn how to Illustrate and calculate the image created by light incident upon lenses and mirrors lenses and mirrors using ray optics and Gaussian optics, as well as the behavior of laser beams using Gaussian optics.

Term 2

BIOL1260Molecular Biology
  • Requisites: This course is available to student in the Nanotechnology Systems Technology program.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an overview of techniques in nanobiology and emphasizes the biological impact of nanotechnology advances. Aspects of recombinant DNA technology, bioinformatics, and nanoparticle gene and drug delivery systems will be introduced. The course has a large laboratory component and promotes hands-on learning. Emphasis will be placed on application of the scientific method, principles of experimental design, and interpretation of scientific findings. In this course, we will examine fundamental principles of biology: major biological chemicals, construction of higher order structures (templating and self-assembly), energy systems, and the genetical organization of the cell. More advanced topics in bacterial growth and safety, genetic manipulation, and current applications in nanotechnology are also included.

CHEM1281Principles in Chemistry II
  • Requisites: This course is available to student in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisites: CHEM1130, MATH1112.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

The course covers the theory, calculations, and laboratory investigations pertaining to organic chemistry, electrochemistry, thermal expansion, calorimetry and heat transfer, chemical kinetics, and thermodynamic concepts.

ELTR1110Analog and Digital Fundamentals
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisite: MATH1112.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an introduction to analog and digital electronics. Fundamental, practical applications of electronic instruments, used in the nanotechnology industry, are presented throughout the course. Students become familiar with electric, electronic, and digital circuits used in nanotechnology equipment. Electric circuit analysis methodologies are considered that are applicable to micro- and nano-electronics. The goal of this lab course is to establish skills and knowledge necessary for the understanding of electronics and digital control systems, and electronic equipment encountered in nano-scale fabrication as well as the electronics industry. Students will also develop competencies in troubleshooting, design, and techniques for optimization.

MATE1285Material Science
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisites: PHYS1150.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an overview of the physical and mechanical properties of materials and how these properties depend on microstructure. Students will investigate metals, non-metals, composites, ceramics and polymers in terms of their physical state, atomic bonding, crystallinity, and defect structure. Various strengthening mechanisms will be discussed such as alloying, cold working, heat treating, nanocrystalline grain sizing, and the incorporation of nanoparticles in composite materials.

MATH1212Calculus II and Statistics
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisite: MATH1112.
  • Course Equivalencies: ASM122
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course is for Nanotechnology Systems students, developing the concepts of differential and integral calculus with nanotechnology applications, and introducing the students to statistics and statistical methods which are commonly used in engineering. Topics include differentiation, partial differentiation, integration of algebraic and transcendental functions, applications of the derivative and integral, data summarization, error propagation, and problems including normal distribution.

MCRO2300Microfabrication
  • Requisites: Prerequisites: CHEM1130, NANO1100, NANO1200. This course is available to Open Studies students.
  • Course Equivalencies: NAN200
  • Open Studies: Available

This course provides an overview of various micro and nanofabrication technologies. Thin film deposition processes including evaporation, sputtering, oxidation, and chemical vapor deposition are introduced. An overview of basic pattern transfer principles using photolithography and wet/dry etching techniques is included in this course. This course provides many benefits and drawbacks of the different techniques, discussing issues that could affect yield of an overall process flow. Hands-on laboratory sessions provide students experience with microfabrication equipment and processes commonly used in industry.

Term 3

LSSC2300Lean Six Sigma
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisite: MATH1212. Co-requisite: PMGT2375.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

In this course, students will be given an overview in the principles of Lean Six Sigma. Topics include: Voice of the Customer, Critical to Quality, defining goals and process variation, SIPOC, confidence intervals and sample sizes, hypothesis testing, Gage R&R, Attribute R&R, linear and logistic regression, ANOVA, Chi-squared analysis, Design of Experiments, statistical process control, control charts, the 8 wastes, and Value Stream Mapping. Learning will be supplemented with many hands-on and group activities and students will be exposed to statistical analysis software such as JMP. This course also covers the basics of data collection, retrieval, and storage using databases.

NANO2300Nano Characterization
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems Program. Prerequisites: NANO1100 and NANO1200.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course focuses on the advantages, limitations, and application of micro and nanoscale characterization practices. Topics include scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning probe microscopy (SPM), spectroscopy, profilometry, and other characterization techniques. Students will partake in laboratory exercises to reinforce theory and provide hands-on experience.

NANO2320Synthesis and Application of Nanomaterials
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisites: NANO1101 and CHEM1281.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course will present chemical aspects of nanoscience. The bottom-up approach to synthesis of nanomaterials will be systematically explored including classification of synthetic approaches, fundamentals of particle nucleation and growth, stabilization against aggregation, and control of particle size, morphology, structure, composition, and surface modification on the nanoscale. The fundamentals and properties of materials structured on the nanometer scale as building blocks of modern materials in a variety of applications such as quantum dots and nanoadhesion will be examined. A variety of different nanomaterials such as ferromagnetic nanoparticles will be synthesized and nanostructured materials with a variety of applications such as superhydrophobic surfaces will be prepared.

NANO2400Advanced Materials and Fabrication
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisite: MCRO2300.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course examines advanced topics in fabrication of devices, including process flow diagrams for fabrication of multi-layer devices such as sensors and actuators. As well, the student will be exposed to commercial applications of advanced devices. This course also includes a formal writing component.

PMGT2375Project and Quality Management
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisites: NANO1101 and MCRO2300. Co-requisite: LSSC2300.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides an introduction to project management tools and procedures, as well as industry standards required for developing and execution of project plans. During the course, students will obtain theoretical and hands on experience on preparing required documentation and planning for nano/micro fabrication projects. The course will also highlight Standard Process Management Techniques, Project Risk and Crisis Management Procedures and Project Communication Management Tools. Students will utilize these skills in the planning of their capstone project.

Term 4

CNTR2440PLC Applications
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisite: MATH1212.
  • Open Studies: Available

This lab-intensive course focuses on programming and applications of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). PLCs are rugged, computer systems that control many types of industrial processes, such as vacuum pumps in Nanotechnology. The course deals with both hardware and software aspects of using PLCs in industry. Students will identify PLC system components required for various applications and connect them to function correctly. In addition, students will create PLC and Human Machine Interface (HMI) software for controlling industrial processes. The PLC software will be ladder-based and the HMI will include menu-driven screen design as well as data-acquisition. Students will examine open-loop and closed-loop control using both analog and discrete input/output (I/O). The lab work will use General Electric (GE) Versamax PLCs, Proficy Machine Edition Ladder software, and GE Cimplicity HMI software.

ELTR2265Programming and Interfacing Devices
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisites: MATH1212 and ELTR1110.
  • Course Equivalencies: ELTR1265
  • Open Studies: Not Available

Students will learn to program algorithms in Labview to interface to various peripheral devices and sensors. Students will also learn to collect, measure, and analyze data from these devices and sensors to give meaningful answers and results.

ELTR2410Product Manufacturing
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisite: ELTR1110.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course covers aspects of prototyping and volume manufacturing of electronic subsystems. Fundamental hand-skills taught will include soldering and de-soldering of through-hole and surface mount components. Students will use software to create schematics and layouts of printed circuit boards [PCBs]. Component placement and IR reflow soldering of the PCB will follow. An overview of volume manufacturing processes for each of these stages will be covered. In addition, students will use AutoCAD to draw various objects. The course lectures will be supported with lab exercises.

MCRO2400Device Packaging and Testing
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems Program. Prerequisites: ELTR1110 and NANO2300.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course develops learner skills in basic assembly, packaging and testing of chips to deliver functional electronic components. Assembly, packaging and testing terminology and methods are taught. Through a series of individual and group lab exercises, learners explore the key steps of die attach, wire bond, lid seal and functional testing. Students will assemble, package and test a simple standard chip to demonstrate their skills in all these areas.

NANO2461Biological Applications in Nanotechnology
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisites: BIOL1260, CHEM1130.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course examines the employment of biochemistry and molecular biology for nano-specific applications and the use of non-biological nanotechnology for modifying living systems. The use of biological structures for the production of 3D scaffolds (i.e. DNA origami), the synthesis of integrated bio-sensing devices (i.e. pharmacy on a chip), and the creation of novel life-forms will be discussed. Finally, the possible impact of fugitive nanotechnology wastes on the environment will also be examined. Students will also gain practical experience in the lab component of this course.

NANO2480Nano Project
  • Requisites: This course is available to students in the Nanotechnology Systems program. Prerequisites: PMGT2375, LSSC2300, NANO2300, MCRO2300.
  • Open Studies: Not Available

This course provides hands-on experience via team projects and fabrication process development. Each team is required to develop and execute project plans. During the course, students will standardize fabrication processes in a cleanroom, and prepare required process documentation. The team projects will be either based on a new process development idea, or based on a product fabrication concept. The project teams will provide updates in the form of in-class presentation and standard project documentation.

Tuition

Cost Per Credit: $223
Tuition Cap: $2,085

Tuition for International Students

Cost Per Credit: $925
Tuition Cap: $8,653

Mandatory Fees

NAITSA: $129
U-Pass: $175
Health & Dental: $128
Rec. & Athletics: $70

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Books, Supplies & Program Fees (est.)

Level 1 Term 1: $900
Level 1 Term 2: $200
Level 2 Term 1: $350
Level 2 Term 2: $450


Dates & Deadlines

We recommend submitting your program application at least 90 days before the application deadline.

Application Deadline: Sep 03, 2019

Term Start Date: Sep 03, 2019

Program Availability Status:  

Domestic Applicants: WL
International Applicants: WL

Entrance Requirements

  • Grade 12 English (English 30-1 or 30-2)
  • Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30
  • One of: Science 30, Physics 30, Chemistry 30, or Biology 30
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency

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International Students

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Waitlisting Program is full and qualified applicants are being placed on a waitlist. For information about waitlists, please visit the Waitlist FAQs.

If you’re on a non-competitive waitlist, you should consider NAIT’s Academic Upgrading program or NAIT Equivalency Tests to become a more competitive applicant.

There is no guarantee that waitlisted applicants will be offered a seat, however it is common for seats to become available until the start of class. As seats become available, they are filled from the waitlist.
Closed Program is no longer accepting applications.
N/A Not available for this term.


*Program availabilty is subject to change without notice.

Scholarships & Awards

The following scholarships and/or bursaries are available to you as a student in this program. To access your opportunities, visit the Student Portal.

Arnold Rumbold Nanotechnology Bursary $2,500.00
  • Award Amount: $2,500.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to students entering their second year of the Nanotechnology Systems diploma program. Awarded on the basis of satisfactory academic achievement in the first year of the program and demonstrated financial need.

NorQuest College - Dave Hoy Achievement Award $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to a NorQuest College student entering the first year of a Business or Technical program as a full-time student, and who have completed their studies with NorQuest College within the last three years. Awarded on the basis of the highest mark in two combined subjects as follows: if applying to a Technical program the subjects are Math and Science: if applying to a Business program the subjects are Math and English.

The Engineering Technology Scholarship Foundation of Alberta (ETSFA) - Clayton Milroy Memorial Scholarship $2,000.00
  • Award Amount: $2,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
The Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) is proud to promote technical education throughout Alberta and through the Engineering Technology Scholarship Foundation (ETSFA)- an organization founded by ASET past presidents. Available to second year students enrolled in an Engineering, Information or Applied Science Technology program leading to certification with ASET. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing (top 10%), and students who demonstrate strong leadership aptitude through participation in school or community activities. Students must be a member of ASET.

The Engineering Technology Scholarship Foundation of Alberta (ETSFA) - Dr. Karel Puffer Scholarship $2,000.00
  • Award Amount: $2,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
The Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) is proud to promote technical education throughout Alberta and through the Engineering Technology Scholarship Foundation (ETSFA) an organization founded by ASET past presidents. Available to second year students enrolled in an Engineering, Information, or Applied Science Technology program leading to certification with ASET. Awarded on the basis of high academic standing (top 10%) and students who demonstrate strong leadership aptitude through participation in school or community activities. Students must be a member of ASET.

The Engineering Technology Scholarship Foundation of Alberta (ETSFA) Bursary $2,000.00
  • Award Amount: $2,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 3

Criteria:
The Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET) is proud to promote technical education throughout Alberta and through the Engineering Technology Scholarship Foundation (ETSFA) an organization founded by ASET past presidents. Available to first or second year students enrolled in an Engineering, Information or Applied Science Technology program leading to certification with ASET. Awarded on the basis of satisfactory academic achievement, financial need, and to students who demonstrate strong leadership aptitude through participation in school or community activities. Applicants must be a member of ASET.

Nanotechnology Systems Bursary $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to students enrolled in the second year of the Nanotechnology Systems program at NAIT. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need, a minimum academic achievement of 75% in the previous semester and community involvement.

Women in Technology & Trades Engineering Bursary $2,625.00
  • Award Amount: $2,625.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to female students at NAIT who are enrolled in the second year of the following programs: Alternative Energy Technology, Architectural Technology, Bachelor of Technology, Biological Sciences Technology, Biomedical Engineering Technology, Chemical Engineering Technology, Chemical Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Engineering Design & Drafting Technology, Geological Technology, Geomatics Engineering Technology, Instrumentation Engineering Technology, Landscape Architectural Technology, Materials Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Nanotechnology Systems, Petroleum Engineering Technology, Power Engineering 4th Class, Power Engineering Technology, Water and Wastewater Technician. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Applicants must have achieved a satisfactory academic standing in the previous year.

Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers Bursary $1,000.00
  • Award Amount: $1,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Available to first year students enrolled in any of the following programs at NAIT: Chemical Engineering Technology, Alternative Engineering Technology, Petroleum Engineering Technology, Nanotechnology Systems, Materials Engineering Technology. Awarded on the basis of satisfactory academic achievement in the first semester of the program and demonstrated financial need. Bursary recipient will also receive a one year STLE Membership.

Bob and Wendy Hiew Bursary $2,000.00
  • Award Amount: $2,000.00
  • Number of Awards: 1

Criteria:
Bob and Wendy Hiew are both NAIT graduates from the Electrical Engineering and Accounting programs. Bob and Wendy have established this bursary in order to support students who are experiencing financial difficulties so they can devote their time to their studies in order to embark on a good career. Available to a second year student enrolled in any full time credit program in either the JR Shaw School of Business, or the School of Applied Sciences and Technology at NAIT. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and a minimum academic achievement of 75% in the first year of their program at NAIT.

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BTech - Technology Management

Completion of this diploma qualifies as the first 2 years of NAIT's unique 4-year Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management degree.

Become a certified engineering technologist

Students of this program are eligible for student membership in the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET).

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