Miami University Regionals

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What are the Miami University Regionals’ EMET and ECET +2 Bachelor’s Degree Completion Programs?

These are Bachelor of Science completion programs designed to articulate with graduates of Associate of Applied Science programs who have majored in Electrical, Electronic, Electromechanical, or similarly titled Engineering Technology programs. The program leads to a B.S. in Applied Science with a major in Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology or Electromechanical Engineering Technology, with pre-requisite coursework.

What could I do? Where could I work with this degree?

  • ECET graduates will work in a wide spectrum of careers including automated manufacturing, instrumentation and control, medical systems, energy and environmental systems, wireless communication and digital Signal processing.
  • EMET Graduates are engineerins prepared to fill industrial positions in areas directly related to process control, robotics and automation, electronic instrumentation, testing, manufacturing, sales, and service.

As a graduate of either the ECET or EMET programs you will be qualified for positions in which you can use technology to develop new products and solve problems.

What classes would l take?

  • General Education courses
  • Data Communications
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Control Systems
  • Data Acquisition
  • Dynamics
  • Wireless Communication and Networks
  • Mechanics
  • Instrumentation
  • Project Management
  • Capstone Design Experience

Is financial aid available?

Grants, loans, work-study opportunities and Scholarships are available to eligible students. In fact, some scholarships are designed specifically for students pursuing Engineering Technology degrees. Co-op is a viable option for many Engineering Technology students. You can earn while you learn! Co-op provides opportunities for you to quickly learn what you like about your field of study and gain valuable experience in the field.

When may I apply?

Apply now to start in our next Fall, Spring, or Summer semester.