AAS Degree – Code #0557
BS Degree – Code # 0236
Electromechanical engineering technology provides a thorough understanding of both electrical-electronics and mechanical principles, together with the problems associated with combining electrical and mechanical components into electromechanical devices or systems. Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on electromechanical system control for automated processes. The program includes knowledge of electrical-electronic apparatus, circuitry, instrumentation, computers, mechanisms and machine elements, and manufacturing processes. A thorough background in programming, development, and application of microprocessors together with digital or analog components enables graduates to work with the development of new products or systems. This program is for individuals with an interest in devices or machines and a desire to devise better, more efficient ways of doing things. A current emphasis in the program is robotics and the application of robotics in developing automated manufacturing systems.
Both electromechanical engineering technology programs are accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC/ABET), 111 Market Place – Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202; (410) 347-7700.
A laptop computer is required for students entering the electromechanical engineering technology programs. Laptop specifications are available at www.alfredstate.edu/required-laptops. Some courses may require specialized tools and/or electronic components.
PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES - AAS Degree
PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES - BS Degree
In addition to the PSLO's for the AAS degree listed above, the BS PSLO's include:
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The AAS in electromechanical engineering technology program produces graduates who:
In addition to the AAS program educational objectives, the BS in electromechanical engineering technology program produces graduates who:
DIRECT ENTRY INTO BACCALAUREATE DEGREE PROGRAM
Alfred State electromechanical engineering technology AAS graduates may enter directly into either the electromechanical engineering technology BS or technology management BBA degree program.
Employment and transfer rate:
Electromechanical Engineering Technology (AAS degree): 100 percent - 100 percent transferred to continue their education
Electromechanical Engineering Technology (BS degree): 100 percent – 50 percent are employed; 50 percent transferred to continue their education
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