Program Overview

The Department of Engineering Technology, in conjunction with several Ohio state colleges and universities, has made available the Bachelor of Science in Electromechanical Engineering Technology concentration (EMET) program.  Students will be able to complete up to 34 transferable credit hours through distance education courses at several locations throughout Ohio.  The hybrid program is ideal for students who seek to expand on their Associate in Engineering degree, while remaining in current employment positions of satisfying other obligations restricted the time spent on campus.    

Electromechanical engineering is the the analysis, design, manufacture and maintenance of equipment and/or products that function with a combination of electrical circuits and mechanical systems.  The degree completion program builds on already learned foundations of CAD, circuit analysis, statics, material strength and digital switching from previous schooling and career experiences.  The higher education from the bachelor's curriculum will introduce students to advanced concepts of: dynamics, fluid mechanics, industrial automation, electromechanical control systems, process control interface design, and computerized instrumentation.     

Students will be able to apply what they've learned in the program when seeking entry-level careers harnessing electric power to operate machinery.  Electromechanical professional technicians will also use their knowledge to design, develop, test and manufacture electrical units capable of performing at needed capacity.  Successful students will draw skills from both electrical and mechanical engineering concepts when creating new programs that will exponentially increase a company's productivity and efficiency.      

Graduates will have the potential to enter the industry, working with: industrial electronic systems technician, electrical technician, electronic technician, installation technician, automation specialist, field-service representative, technical representative and engineering technicians.  Successful graduates may also use the bachelor's education as the foundation for furthering their skills, continuing on to earn specific licenses, additional designations or a master's or doctorate level degree.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Bachelor Completion

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

    Requirements

    Program prerequisites:

    The following courses or their equivalent:
    ENT 135 Computer Aided Drafting
    ENT 151 Engineering Materials
    ENT 192 Circuit Analysis I, ENT 193 Circuit Analysis II
    ENT 196 Basic Electronics
    ENT 271 Mechanics I: Statics
    ENT 272 Mechanics II: Strength of Materials
    ENT 293 Digital Switching

    Restrictions

    Miami University offers a Bachelor Completion program in EMET at the following selected college partner locations via the Distance Learning Engineering Technology Program:

    Columbus State Community College, Columbus, OH
    Edison State Community College, Piqua, OH
    North Central State College, Mansfield, OH
    Northwest State Community College, Archbold, OH
    Rhodes State College, Lima, OH
    Shawnee State University, Portsmouth, OH
    Southern State Community College, Hillsboro, OH
    Terra Community College, Fremont, OH
    Washington State Community College, Marietta, OH
    Zane State College, Zanesville, OH

    School Overview

    At the time, the region in Ohio was thought of as the Western frontier. And it was here, that Miami University was founded by an ordinance of President George Washington, chartered in 1809. The first students enrolled in 1824. The progression of Miami University encompasses “five distinct historical eras,” ranging from the beginning marked growth of the institution, to developing professionalism, expansion, identifying an image, and most recently, the transition into a corporate university. Today, Miami University is a public, four-year not-for-profit institution with a main campus in Oxford, Ohio. In addition, the campus maintains campus locations in Middletown, Ohio; Hamilton, Ohio; Westchester, Ohio; and abroad in Luxembourg.

    Students can pursue a wide array of academic opportunities at Miami University. Students can enroll in bachelor’s degree programs and master’s programs. Miami University also awards doctorate degrees and students can enroll in associate’s degree programs at the regional campuses. Students can also participate in a number of online and/or hybrid opportunities through Miami University’s regional campuses.

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