Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technologies
Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technologies programs prepare graduates to work in an industrial setting where automation, robotics, controls, and systems integration are used, providing a blend of electronics and mechanical systems studies.
Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technologies includes three associate degree programs:
- Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (EMET)
- Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology - Alternative Energy Major (EMETE)
- Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology - Laser Major (EMETL)
A Laser Certificate (EMETLC) is also offered.
These programs address the needs of growing industries in Ohio and the region, including manufacturing of photovoltaic electric panels, wind turbines, and fuel cells; installing and servicing photovoltaic and wind turbine systems; assisting energy efficiency companies and consultants; and using lasers and electro-optics systems in automated manufacturing and research environments.
For more information, please contact the Center for Innovative Technologies at (513) 569-1743.