Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration (9417)

Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology graduates are prepared with the technical skills necessary to enter careers in the building, installation, application, and operation and/or maintenance of electro-mechanical hardware and software systems.

Plan of Study Grid
First SemesterCredit Hours
CIMN 1110 Machining Processes 3
ELEC 1120 Direct Current Circuit Analysis 2
ENGL 1110
English Composition I (A) 1
or English Composition I (B)
ENGR 1000
Introduction to Engineering Technology
or Introduction to Engineering
FYEX 1000 First Year Experience 1
MATH 1180 Technical Mathematics I 2 4
 Credit Hours15
Second Semester
CIMN 1110 Machining Processes 3
ELEC 1220 Alternating Current Circuit Analysis 2
ELEC 1260 Direct Current and Alternating Current Laboratory 1
ELEC 1330 Digital Systems Fundamentals 2
MATH 1280 Technical Mathematics II 2 4
PHYS 1550 Everyday Physics 3 3
 Credit Hours15
Third Semester
CADT 2100 Introduction to SolidWorks 3
CIMN 1210 Materials Processing 3
ENGL 1120
English Composition II
or Business Communication
ELEC 2821 Programmable Logic Controllers 3
Select course(s) from the Arts and Humanities Electives list 3
 Credit Hours15
Fourth Semester
CIMN 2390 Fluid Power Technology 3
COMM 1000
Effective Public Speaking
or Effective Interpersonal Communications
ELEC 2300 Sensors, Actuators, and Control 3
ELEC 2700 Motor Control and Servo Systems 3
ELEC 2850 Advanced Programmable Logic Controller Applications 2
Select course(s) from the Social and Behavioral Electives list 3
 Credit Hours17
 Total Credit Hours62

English course selection is based on placement test results (ENGL 1111 English Composition I (B) is 4 credits, only 3 credits apply to the degree).


 Students planning to transfer to a four-year university should consider taking MATH 1650 College Algebra and MATH 1700 Trigonometry


 Students planning to transfer to a four-year university should consider taking PHYS 1610 General Physics I.

Technical course
This course is designated as a technical course in the program. Students must earn a "C" grade or higher in the course to fulfill the college's graduation requirements policy.


Course Title Credit Hours
Arts and Humanities Electives
ARTS 1120Art Appreciation3
ARTS 2220Survey of Art I3
ARTS 2230Survey of Art II3
ENGL 2250Survey of American Literature I3
ENGL 2260Survey of American Literature II3
ENGL 2280Survey of British Literature I3
ENGL 2290Survey of British Literature II3
HUMX 1100Introduction to Humanities3
HUMX 1200The American Experience in the Arts3
MUSC 1200Music Appreciation3
MUSC 1215World Music3
MUSC 1800Popular Music: Rock, Jazz, Country, and Hip-Hop3
MUSC 2200Music History and Literature I3
MUSC 2250Music History and Literature II3
PHIL 1500Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL 2000Comparative Religion3
PHOT 1000History of Photography3
Social and Behavioral Sciences Electives
ANTH 1160Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
ECON 1150Basic Economics3
ECON 2500Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON 2600Principles of Microeconomics3
GEOG 1500Introduction to Geography3
GEOG 1600World Regional Geography3
HIST 1150Western Civilization I: Antiquity Through the Reformation3
HIST 1250Western Civilization II: Age of Revolution Through the Present3
HIST 2150U.S. History: Colonization Through Reconstruction3
HIST 2250U.S. History: Reconstruction to the Present3
POLS 1300U.S. National Government3
POLS 2500Modern Political Ideologies3
PSYC 1500Introduction to Psychology3
SOCY 1150Principles of Sociology3