Miami University, Hamilton

Department Of Engineering Technology

The Department of Engineering Technology at Miami University offers a bachelor’s degree program, two associate degree programs,(accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology), and two certificate programs. The baccalaureate program offers majors in Electro-Mechanical or Mechanical Engineering Technology and is designed to enable graduates of the associate degree programs to complete the bachelor’s degree by taking 65 additional credit hours. Majors available in the associate degree programs include Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology or Mechanical Engineering Technology. The certificate programs require 30-32 semester credit hours. The students who complete the certificate programs may continue directly into an associate degree program.

As a Miami student you will enjoy excellent faculty, modern facilities and other amenities associated with a fine university.

Engineering Technology students enjoy opportunities to co-op on an alternating or parallel basis. Students who elect to co-op will be required to attend classes during summer semester and the length of time to complete their degree will be extended by approximately one semester.

Graduates of the bachelor’s degree program are technologists prepared to fill industrial positions in areas related to process control, mechanical design & analysis, electronic instrumentation, testing, manufacturing, sales, and service. Graduates of the electrical and computer engineering technology program fill paraprofessional positions in electronic testing, network specialist, field service, electronic maintenance, and similar engineering technician roles. Mechanical engineering technology program graduates fill paraprofessional positions in computer aided drafting, quality control, computer aided manufacturing, design technician, product testing, maintenance, and similar engineering technician roles.

For more information about these programs or courses and seminars in the field of Engineering Technology, please contact:

Rob Speckert, Chairman

Department of Engineering Technology
Miami University-Hamilton
1601 University Boulevard
Hamilton, OH 45011
(513) 785-3132

Miami University-Middletown
4200 E. University Boulevard
Middletown, OH 45042
(513) 727-3271

Associate Degree Programs:
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology

Bachelor Degree Programs:
Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (available by distance to several college partners)
Mechanical Engineering Technology

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Career information from Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor,
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2004-05 Edition and member schools.