James A. Rhodes State College | Semester

Bachelor of Science in Applied Science—Completion Program

Major: Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology

For students entering Fall 2020 and after from James A. Rhodes State College. 

Updated: August 2020         

This Bachelor of Science in Applied Science Completion Program is designed for students who have completed an associate degree in Electrical/Electronic, Electrical and Computer, or similarly titled engineering technology programs and for computer information technology or similar 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 the Miami Regionals ENT website.

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 the Miami Regionals Admission website 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. In addition, students must meet the general requirements for graduation from Miami which include a minimum of 30 credit hours taken from Miami and 12 of the last 30 credit hours must be taken from Miami. Students are also required to have a laptop PC computer.

  1. Complete your associate degree Electrical/Electronics, Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology or similar named programs.

  2. Complete the Ohio Transfer 36 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
From Miami   Or from Rhodes State

ENG 111 Composition & Rhetoric (MPF I) (3)

COM 1110* Composition

ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics or

ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (MPF IIC) (3)

EECN 1410* Microeconomics or
ECN 1430* Macroeconomics

STC 135 Intro. to Public Expression and Critical Inquiry
or STC 136 Intro to Interpersonal Communication (3)

COM 2110* Speech

ENG 215 Workplace Writing or
ENG313 Technical Writing

COM 1140* Technical Report Writing

MTH 125 Pre-calculus (5) or
MTH 123 Precalculus (3)

MTH 1430* Trigonometry

MTH 151 Calculus I (5)

MTH 1711* Calculus I

MTH 251 Calculus II  (4)

MTH 1721* Calculus II

 PHY 161 Physics for Life Sci & Lab I or

PHY 191 General Physics with Lab I (MPF IVB) (4)

PHY 1120* Physics I

PHY 162 Physics for Life Sci & Lab II or

PHY 192 General Physics with Lab II (4)

PHY 1130* Physics II


CHM 141 College Chemistry (MPF IVB) (3) and
CHM 144 College Chemistry Lab (MPF IVB) (2)

CHEM 1110* Intro General Chemistry with Lab

Intercultural Perspectives elective (3)



4. Complete all Engineering Technology (ENT) core courses. You should have taken some of these in your associate degree program.

Major Requirements
From Miami  Or from Rhodes State

CSE 163 Intro-Computer Concepts & Prog, or similar course (3)

CPT 1120 Introduction to VB Programming

ENT 192  Circuit Analysis I (3) [OET001 DC Circuits]

EET 1110 Circuit Analysis I

ENT 193  Circuit Analysis II (3) [OET003 AC Circuits]

EET 1120 Circuit Analysis II

ENT 196  Electronics (3) [OET005 Electronics]

EET 1130 Electronics

ENT 271  Mechanics I – Statics (3)  [OET007 Statics]

MET 1130 Statics

ENT 293  Digital Systems (3) [OET002 Digital]

EET 1330 Digital Circuits

ENT 294  Local Area Networks (3)

CPT 1705 Cisco I

ENT 295 Microprocessor Technology I  [OET004 Microprocessors]

EET 2310 Microcontroller Fundamentals

MTH 222 Introduction to Linear Algebra (MPT) (3)

MTH 2680* Linear Algebra 

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

  • MTH 222 Intro. to Linear Algebra (Required only if OTM is not completed)
  • MTH 245 Differential Equations/Engineers (3)
  • STA 301 Applied Statistics (3) or STA 261 Statistics (4) (both meet MPT - Thematic Sequence requirement)
  • ENT 301 Dynamics (3)
  • ENT 302 Signals and Systems Technology (3)
  • ENT 303 Digital Signal Processing for Tech. (3)
  • ENT 311 Process Control Interface Design (3)
  • ENT 316 Project Management (3)
  • ENT 387 Embedded Systems Technology (3)
  • ENT 401 Computerized Instrumentation (3)
  • ENT 402 Industrial Automation (3)
  • ENT 403 Wireless Comm. & Networks (3)
  • ENT 418 Electromechanical Control Systems (3)
  • ENT 497 Senior Design I  (MPC) (2)
  • ENT 498 Senior Design II (MPC) (2)

For more information

Rhodes State

Distance coordinator contact information is not available at this time. For questions and inquiries please contact:
Chris, Boyett, EdD. Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs KH 205 | 419-995-8222 | Boyett.C@rhodesstate.edu


Roger Seifried | seifrirc@MiamiOH.edu  | 513-785-1815

Sarah Wooten, Distance Coordinator | sarah.wooten@MiamiOH.edu | 513-727-3417

Engineering Technology office  | 513-785-3132 or 513-727-3241

To apply for this program:

Visit: Regionals Admission Apply

For tuition information:

Visit: One Stop for Student Success Services