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Bachelor of Science in Applied Science—Completion Program

Major: Mechanical Engineering Technology

For students entering Fall 2022 and after
UpdatedJune 02, 2022


This Bachelor of Science in Applied Science Completion Program is designed for students who have completed an associate degree in Mechanical, Manufacturing, 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

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 admission requirements available at for transfer students or in the Miami Bulletin.  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 PC laptop.

Requirements Summary

  1. Complete your associate degree in Mechanical, Manufacturing, or similarly titled Engineering Technology program at your current college.
  2. Complete the Ohio Transfer 36 at your institution. This Module is available at Click on Ohio Transfer 36: Approvals, then click your college. Once complete, have the registrar at your college notate completion in your transcript: “Ohio Transfer 36 Complete” and send the revised transcript to Miami. Advising for this module is available at your college. See the registrar or advising office.
  3. Complete general education requirements specified by the Engineering Technology (ENT) department. (*Included in the Ohio Transfer 36)
    General Education Requirements
    Miami Engineering Technology Requirements Acceptable Northwest State CC Transfer Credit**
    * Included in the Ohio Transfer 36
    ENG 111, One year of Freshman English College I Composition or ENG 109 College Composition for Second Language Writers ENG 111 Composition I
    ECO 201 Microeconomics or ECO 202 Macroeconomics ECO 211 Macroeconomics or ECO 212 Microeconomics
    STC 135 Intro to Public Expression and Critical Inquiry or STC 136 Intro to Interpersonal Communication ENG 113 Speech
    ENG 215 Workplace Writing or ENG 313 Technical Writing ENG 210 Technical Communication
    PHY 161 Physics for Life Sciences with Lab I or PHY 191 General Physics with Lab I PHY251 Physics: Mechanics & Heat
    PHY 162 Physics for Life Sciences with Lab II or PHY 192 General Physics with Lab II PHY 252 Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

    CHM 141 College Chemistry (3) and

    CHM 144 College Chemistry Lab (2)

    CHM 201* General Chemistry I or CHM 101 Principles of Chemistry
    MTH 151 Calculus I  MTH 213 Calculus I
    MTH 251 Calculus II MTH 214 Calculus II
    Approved Intercultural Perspectives Elective (Online Options) Take from Miami (can be transferred back to NSCC)
  4. Complete Engineering Technology (ENT) core courses listed below. You should have taken some of these in your associate degree program.  Calculus I must be completed prior to starting Miami courses.
Engineering Technology Core Courses
Miami Requirements Acceptable Northwest State CC Transfer Credit**
ENT 135 Computer-Aided Drafting [OET012 Computer Aided Design]  CAD 112 CAD II
ENT 137 Introduction to Engineering Technology MET 100 Introduction to Engineering Technology
ENT 151 Engineering Materials [OET013 Engineering Materials]  MET 134 Engineering Materials
ENT 152 Computer Aided Mfg I (OET010 Mfg Processes) MET 121 Manufacturing Processes
ENT 192 Circuit Analysis I (OET001) EET 121 DC Circuits
ENT 235 Computer Aided Design CAD 213 CAD III
ENT 252 Computer Aided Mfg II MET222 Programming Computer Numerical Control
ENT 271 Mechanics I: Statics [OET007 Statics]  MET 235 Statics
ENT 272 Mechanics II: Strength of Materials [OET008 Strength of Materials]  MET 234 Strength of Materials
ENT 278 Mechanics III: Analysis of Machine Components  MET 265 Machine Design
CSE 163 Introduction to Computer Concepts and Programming or CSE 153 C/C++ Programming or similar course CIS150 C++ or EET107 Python
MTH 231 Discrete Math (3) or MTH 222 Introduction to Linear Algebra (3) (both meet MPT - Thematic Sequence requirement) EET132 Discrete Structures
STA 301 Applied Statistics  *** or STA 261 Statistics (MPT) STA 120 Introduction to Statistics
MTH 245 Differential Equations for Engineers (MPT) MTH 216 Differential Equations 
ENT 301 Dynamics *** Take from Miami 
ENT 310 Fluid Mechanics [OET009 Fluid Mechanics] *** MET 255 Fluid Mechanics
ENT 312 Thermodynamics and Heat Power*** Take from Miami 
ENT 314 Mechanisms for Machine Design*** Take from Miami 
ENT 316 Project Management *** Take from Miami 
ENT 355 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis*** Take from Miami 
ENT 404 Experimentation Techniques*** Take from Miami 
ENT 415 Heat Transfer with Applications*** Take from Miami 
ENT 416 Topics in Mechanical Vibrations*** Take from Miami 
ENT 497 Senior Design I *** Take from Miami 
ENT 498 Senior Design II *** Take from Miami 
***Distance Courses Offered Via IVDL and/or WebEx from Miami. Calculus I must be completed prior to starting Miami courses.

**Transfer Equivalencies within ENT program ONLY

To apply for this program:

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For more information

Northwest State Community College:

David Mohring, Mechanical Engineering Instructor, Northwest State Community College,, Phone 419-267-1255


Dr. Zhiyuan (Tiger) Yu, MET Program Coordinator | 513-727-3378

Dr. Murat Dinc, MET Program Coordinator | 513-727-3359

Professor Rob Speckert, Chief Department Advisor | 513-785-1810

Sarah Wooten, Distance Coordinator |  513-727-3417