Sep 18, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog & Student Handbook 
    
2019-2020 Catalog & Student Handbook

Electromechanical Technology, A.A.S.


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The Electromechanical Technology, A.A.S. prepares students for careers in manufacturing companies as multi-craft, industrial facility, machinery maintenance and repair technicians. The curriculum integrates electrical and mechanical elements, including print reading, machine shop practices, fluid power applications, mechanical power transmission, industrial electricity, AC and DC motors and programmable logic controllers (PLCs). In addition, courses place emphasis on safety, teamwork, communication skills and efficient work practices as well as critical thinking skills for inquiry and analysis, assimilation of facts and knowledge, and problem solving.

This is a technical degree designed for immediate employment in advanced manufacturing and is not designed for transfer although some four-year institutions may accept part of the coursework toward the bachelor degree.

Summary of Required Hours

Fall Credit Hours
ENST 1300 - Technical Calculations   3
EETC 1313 - DC Circuits   3
ENST 1370 - Manufacturing Processes   3
ENST 2361 - Fluid Power Systems   3
GEN 1010 - First Year Seminar   3
   
Spring  
EETC 1314 - AC Circuits   3
ENGL 1010 - English Composition I   3
ENST 1350 - Industrial Safety   3
ENST 1360 - Mechanical Power Transmission   3
ENST 1362 - Industrial Print Reading   3
   
Fall  
COMM 2025 - Fundamentals of Communication   3
ENST 1340 - Machine Tool Technology   3
METC 1340 - HVAC I: Introduction to HVAC/Refrigeration  3
WELD 1381 - Principles of Welding  3
1Technical Elective 3
   
Spring  
EETC 1370 - Transformers/Rotating Machines   3
EETC 2331 - PLC I   3
PHYS 1030 - Survey of Physics   4
2Humanities/Fine Arts   3
2Social/Behavioral Science   3
Total 61

1In consultation with academic advisor, students may select electives that meet career/college degree requirements (CISP, CITC, CPED, CST, EETC, ENST, INFS, INT, MECH, METC).

2In consultation with academic adviors, students may select appropriate Humanities/Fine Arts  and Social/Behavioral Science  electives.

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