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2012-2013 Catalog 
2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electromechanical Engineering Technology AAS

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Modern life is very dependent on electromechanical technology; nearly every aspect of living is dependent on electricity. This program prepares you to become a competent electromechanical technician capable of working and communicating with engineers, scientists, and production personnel.

The job market is almost unlimited for graduates of our program. Examples of positions in which our graduates are employed include:

  • Computer development technician
  • Automation service technician
  • Design technician
  • Electrician
  • Electronic assembler
  • Electronic assembly foreman
  • Instrumentation technician
  • Maintenance foreman
  • PLC system technician
  • Robotics technician

Individuals who have completed this degree at Shawnee State may continue their education in the electromechanical technology completion program from Miami University and earn a bachelor of science in applied science at Shawnee State. For additional information, contact Ken Warfield at Shawnee State, 740.351.3465, e-mail kwarfield@, or visit the Miami website,

Sample Schedule

First Year Fall Term

First Year Spring Term

Second Year Fall Term

Total Credit Hours 70

* Programming Options: ETCO 1115***; ETCO 1116 or ETCO 1150

** GEP Social Science Elective: PSYC 1101 or SOCI 1101

 ***Required by Miami Articulation Agreement.



To assure preparedness, students planning to enroll in programs offered by the department should have an ACT MATH score of 19 or be placed in MATH 1020-Intermediate Algebra and Applications or higher level Math, and an ACT English score of 19-23 to be placed in ENGL1101, or an ACT English score of 24 or higher to be placed in ENGL 1102.

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