You’ll need a strong background in science, mathematics, and computer science to be a successful microfabrication engineer or technician. Take courses in mathematics (geometry, trigonometry, and calculus), computer science (especially computer-aided design), and chemistry, biology, physics, and other science courses. English and speech classes will help you learn how to write reports and develop your public speaking and presentation skills.
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