Miami University offers Bachelor Completion program in four concentrations, Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECET), as well as Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology concentration (EMET), Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) and Robotics Engineering Technology (RET) to students all across the state of Ohio.
Advantages of Distance Learning to Online Classes
We believe that online courses, in general, are not suitable for engineering. That is why we Go Distance. Distance Learning is different from Online Classes in several ways. In distance learning:
- You can have face-to-face interaction with the instructors virtually all the time during the lecture.
- Our instructors directly deliver the lectures to you and other students. We do NOT just post the lecture materials for you to read on your own.
- You will receive the lab equipment at your local college and will perform the experiments with the direct and live supervision of your instructor at Miami University.
Quick Facts About our Distance Learning
- Miami University delivers 13 engineering technology courses (34 distance credits) to students enrolled at the colleges listed above.
- Students take remaining courses (which include bridge courses and the Ohio Transfer Module) at their home campus. See individual college articulation agreements for details.
- ENT distance learning courses are generally offered Monday-Thursday in the evening via interactive video conferencing and web-supported technology.
At the following selected college partner locations, our Bachelor Completion program is offered via the Distance Learning method.
- Cincinnati State and Community College, Middletown, OH
- Columbus State Community College, Columbus, OH
- Edison State Community College, Piqua, OH
- Northwest State Community College, Archbold, OH
- Rhodes State College, Lima, OH
- Shawnee State University, Portsmouth, OH
- Sinclair Community College, Dayton, OH
- Southern State Community College, Hillsboro, OH
- Terra Community College, Fremont, OH
- Washington State Community College, Marietta, OH
- Zane State College, Zanesville, OH
Frequently Asked Questions
What is distance learning?
Which programs are offered via distance learning?
What is the Miami University Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program?
Who is eligible to apply for this program?
How do I apply?
When do I apply?
How much will it cost?
What classes are required to complete the degree?
When are classes offered? Is it possible to work and complete this program?
How long will it take to complete the program?
What kinds of jobs are available?
As a distance student, do I need to drive to the Miami University Campus to complete the degree?
What are "bridge" courses?
Do I need to complete all of my community college courses for my associate’s degree and my bridge courses prior to beginning my work with Miami?
How will Miami know what I have taken at my college?
Will all my credits transfer?
How do I register for classes?
Where do I pay my bill?
Is financial aid available?
What books do I need and where do I get my books?
How will I get my grades?
Will faculty be available to assist me?
How do I graduate?
Who should enroll in distance learning programs? Is it for me?
What do I do if I have questions?
At Miami: Contact one of these advisors.
Learn about Articulation and Transfer Agreements that Miami University has with other colleges and universities.