Engineering Technology- Electro-Mechanical Concentration

The Engineering Technology baccalaureate degree (Electro-Mechanical concentration) is a completion program for graduates of associate degree programs in electrical/electronics, mechanical, electro-mechanical or similar engineering technology programs. The objective of this program is to allow students who possess an associate degree in these areas to complete the bachelor degree in approximately the equivalent of two years of full-time work (64-70 semester hours). This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET (111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012, telephone (410) 347-7700, http://www.abet.org/).

Graduates are engineering technologists prepared to fill industrial positions in areas directly related to scientific programming, product design, process control, testing, manufacturing, sales, and service. Typical engineering technologist’s duties may include working in teams involved with product analysis/design, instrumentation and control, CAD/CAM product design, laboratory testing services, product sales and service, product application, and the design of systems that require a hardware/software interface.

Program Requirements: Engineering Technology
(Electro-Mechanical concentration)

(129-134 semester hours)

Between 65 and 70 hours of course work beyond the 64 hours earned for an associate’s degree are required to complete this program. Total hours for graduation depend on your selection of a Miami Plan Thematic Sequence, your mathematical preparation, and the prerequisite courses taken as part of your associate degree. Prerequisites, completed in the associate degree, are described below.

Curriculum Summary

Core Requirements (44-50 hours)

CHM 141 College Chemistry (3) (MPF IVB) and

CHM 144 Lab (2) (LAB)

COM 135 Introduction to Public Expression and Critical Inquiry (3) (MPF IIB)

CSE 153 Introduction to C/C++ Programming (3)

ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics (3) (IIC, MPF)

ENG 111 Composition and Rhetoric (3)

ENG 112 Composition and Literature (3) (MPF I)

ENG 215 Workplace Writing (3) or

ENG 313 Technical Writing (3)

MTH 125 Precalculus (5)

MTH 151 Calculus I (5) or

MTH 153 Calculus I (4)

MTH 251 Calculus II (4) or

MTH 249 Calculus II (5)

PHY 171, 172 College Physics/Lab (3, 3) or

PHY 181, 182 The Physical World/Lab (4, 4) (MPF IVB)

PHY 183, 184 The Physical World/Lab (1, 1) (MPF IVB, LAB) or

PHY 173, 174 Physics Laboratory (1, 1)

STA 301 Applied Statistics (3)

Technical course work expected from associate degree (32 hours):

ENT 135 Computer-Aided Drafting (3)

ENT 151 Engineering Materials (3)

ENT 192 Circuit Analysis I (3)

ENT 193 Circuit Analysis II (3)

ENT 196 Electronics (3)

ENT 271 Mechanics I: Statics (3)

ENT 272 Strength of Materials (3)

ENT 293 Digital Systems (3)

Additional technical credit hours (8)

Engineering technology requirements (31 hours minimum)

This electro-mechanical concentration of courses provides depth in mechanical, electrical, and software integration necessary for automation.

ENT 301 Dynamics (3)

ENT 310 Fluid Mechanics (3)

ENT 311 Process Control Interface Design (3)

ENT 316 Project Management (3)

ENT 401 Computerized Instrumentation (3)

ENT 402 Industrial Automation Lab (3)

ENT 407 Topics in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (3)

ENT 418 Electro-Mechanical Control Systems (3)

ENT 497 Senior Design Project (2) (MPC)

ENT 498 Senior Design Project (2) (MPC)

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