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Bachelor of Science in Applied Science Completion Program

Major: Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology

For students entering Fall 2015 and after from Washington State Community College. Updated: 1/16/16

This Bachelor of Science in Applied Science Completion Program is designed for students who have completed an associate degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electro-Mechanical or similarly titled engineering technology programs. Graduates from other Engineering Technology programs will also receive favorable credit transfer. Through this program you can complete your BS degree by completing two-years of additional credit hours beyond your associate degree. Further information is available through http://miamioh.edu/regionals/ent then click on distance learning.

This articulation is meant to be a guide only. Your final degree requirements are established upon matriculation to Miami and are detailed in your degree audit report (DAR) provided by Miami. Work closely with a Miami advisor (listed below) to clarify final requirements. Students entering this program must meet all Miami University admission requirements available at http://miamioh.edu/regionals/admission  or in the Miami Bulletin. For students who graduated from high school after 1985, these requirements include a foreign language in high school (two years) or college (one year). Students who do not meet these requirements at admission will still be admitted but must make up any deficiencies prior to graduating from Miami.

There are four areas of program requirements. About one-half of these requirements will be met while completing your associate degree. All credits earned with a grade of C or better will be transferred to Miami. In addition, students must meet the general requirements for graduation from Miami which include a minimum of 32 credit hours taken from Miami and 12 of the last 20 credit hours must be taken from Miami.

  1. Complete your associate degree in Electrical, Mechanical, Electro-Mechanical or similarly titled Engineering Technology program at your current college
  2. Complete the Ohio Transfer Module at your institution. This Module is available at https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/transfermodule/modules Click on your college. Once complete, have the registrar at your college stamp your transcript: “Ohio Transfer Module Complete”. Advising for this module is available at your college. See the registrar or advising office. (An option to this requirement is to complete the Global Miami Plan requirements and contact Miami advisor listed below.)
  3. Complete general education requirements specified by the Engineering Technology (ENT) department. (*Included in the Ohio Transfer Module)
    General Education Requirements
    Miami Engineering Technology Requirements Take at Washington State Community College
    ENG 111 Composition & Rhetoric (MPF I) (3) ENGL 1510* English Composition I
    ENG 215 Workplace Writing or ENG313 Technical Writing ENGL 1515* Technical Writing
    STC 135 Intro. to Public Expression and Critical Inquiry
    or STC 136 Intro to Interpersonal Communication (3)

    SPCH 1510* Speech or SPCH 2060* Interpersonal Communication

    ECO 201 Microeconomics or ECO 202 Macroeconomics

    ECON 2130* Principles of Microeconomics

    Visual BASIC or C Programming or Similar course DTWP 2600 VB or similar course
    MTH 125 Precalculus MATH 2120* Trigonometry and 2130* College Algebra  or MATH 2150* Precalculus
    MTH 151 (Calculus I) AND MTH 251 (Calculus II) MATH 2263* Analytic Geometry and Calculus I and MATH 2264* Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
    PHY 161, PHY162 Physics for Life Sci Lab or
    PHY 191, PHY192 General Physics with Lab II (4)
    PHYS 2010* Intro. to Physics I with Lab and 2030* Intro. to Physics II with Lab
    A Chemistry Course with lab (CHM 141, 144) CHEM 1210* Principles of Chemistry I with CHEM 121L Principles of Chemistry I Lab
    Intercultural Perspectives elective (3)
  4. Complete Engineering Technology (ENT) core courses listed below (32 semester hours minimum). You should have taken some of these in your associate degree program.
Major Requirements
Miami Engineering Technology Requirements Take at Washington State Community College
ENT 135 Computer-Aided Drafting (3) [OET012 Computer Aided Design] DRFT 2530 Engineering Drafting or similar CAD Course
ENT 151 Engineering Materials (3) [OET013 Engineering Materials] MECH 1100 Engineering Materials
ENT 192 Circuit Analysis I (3) [OET001 DC Circuits] ELET 1110 DC Fundamentals
ENT 193 Circuit Analysis II (3) [OET003 AC Circuits] ELET 1130 AC Fundamentals

ENT 196 Electronics (3) [OET005 Electronics]

ELET 2210 Electronics or INDT 1310 Basic Electricity
ENT 271 Mechanics I: Statics (3)  [OET007 Statics] ENGR 2210 Statics
ENT 272 Strength of Materials (3) [OET008 Strength of Materials] ENGR 2220 Strength of Materials
ENT 293 Digital Switching (3) [OET002 Digital] ELET 1310 Digital Controls I

Take the following required courses from Miami via Interactive Video (IVDL) or web

  • ENT 301 Dynamics (3)
  • ENT 310 Fluid Mechanics (3) [OET009 Fluid Mechanics]
  • ENT 311 Process Control Interface Design (3)
  • ENT 316 Project Management
  • ENT 401 Computerized Instrumentation (3)
  • ENT 402 Industrial Automation Lab (3)
  • ENT 407 Modern Manufacturing Systems (3)
  • ENT 418 Electromechanical Control Systems (3)
  • ENT 497,498 Senior Design I, II (2,2) also meets MPC requirement.
  • MTH 231 Discrete Math (3) or MTH 222 Introduction to Linear Algebra (3) (both meet MPT - Thematic Sequence requirement)
  • STA 301 Applied Statistics (3) (meets MPT -Thematic Sequence requirement)

For more information

Washington State Community College

Mike Frederick | mfrederick1@wscc.edu | 740-885-5707

Miami

Dr. Mert Bal, EMET Program Coordinator | balm@miamioh.edu | 513-785-3151
Erikamarie Burk, Coordinator for Distance Programs and Recruiting | burkem@MiamiOH.edu | 513-785-3217

To apply for this program:

Visit: Regionals Admission Apply

For tuition information:

Visit: One Stop for Student Success Services