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Electro-Mechanical Major

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101  Student Success Seminar
CSE122  Programming Logic and Problem Solving
EET120  DC Circuit Analysis
ENG124  College Composition
MTH135  Precalculus
EET122  AC Circuit Analysis
MET124  Statics and Strength of Materials
EET126  Electrical Machines
PHY121  College Physics I with Algebra (lab)
MET227  Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
EET123  Electronic Devices and Circuits
EET227  PLCs and Industrial Controls I
MET123  Material Science
ENG221  Technical Report Writing
DET125  Basic AutoCAD
MET222  Fluid Power
MET226  Technical Project – Mechanical and Design
MET225  Manufacturing Processes
EET263  Industrial Sensors and Advanced Applications
Arts & Humanities Elective

TOTAL CREDITS 64

The electrical engineering technology program is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC of ABET); www.abet.org

Learn about the generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power; its application to power and control industrial processes; and wiring systems design. Coursework focuses on materials, stress, strain, heat, friction and vibration.

DEGREE EARNED
Associate of applied science in electrical engineering technology

CERTIFICATE OPTIONS
Career Enhancement Certificates in
Electrical/electronic troubleshooting;
Industrial controls;
Industrial electricity and electronics;

All stackable toward associate degrees

TRANSFER AGREEMENTS WITH 
The University of Akron
(Electronic engineering technology)

PREPARE FOR A CAREER AS A(N) 
• assembler
• designer
• electrical engineering technician
• electrician
• journeyman mechanic
• operations specialist
• process engineer
• project engineer
• service center engineer

PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIPS 
Engineering Memorial Scholarship
Choose Ohio First Scholarship

JOIN STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS 
American Society of Electrical Engineers
Canton Joint Engineering Council

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT 
Dr. Frank Fuller
Department Chair, Engineering Technologies
330-494-6170, Ext. 4636
ffuller@starkstate.edu