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Advanced Manufacturing Technology Associate Degree Program

Advanced Manufacturing Technology Associate Degree Program

Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology

Associate Degree

Program Overview

Prepare for an exciting career solving problems and designing solutions with the Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology associate degree program at New England Institute of Technology. Learn about product development, computer-aided design, and drafting (CAD), machining and welding as you train for technician and machinist positions in a variety of industrial settings.

Career Possibilities

  • Manufacturing Engineering Technologist
  • Industrial Engineering Technician
  • Quality Control Engineering Technician
  • Research and Development Machinist
  • Manufacturing Production Technician

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High school grad year or G.E.D.

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Associate in Science Degree

Students at the associate in science level of the Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology program concentrate on general engineering principles and apply technical skills in support of automated electro-mechanical systems.  They study new ways to manufacture existing products by learning design principles, problem solving, and how both the engineering materials and machining processes effect overall quality of manufacturing.  Design is emphasized utilizing the latest in computer aided design and drafting technology (CADD), and computer aided manufacturing software (CAM).  Students gain and apply a wide background of knowledge in such areas as electricity and electronics, metrology and the precision measurements of products, manufacturing processes, and Computer Numerical Machining (CNC).

Every item that we buy today has been the result of a product design development process.  Today’s product designer works as a member of a product design and development team.  Cross-functional product design that include both mechanical and electrical systems are responsible for bringing a product from initial conception to product launch when it becomes available to the public.  They also work to continually improve products after product launch using both electrical and mechanical approaches.

Graduates could work in an environment that requires extensive technical diversity and electro-mechanical problem-solving skills.  The design and manufacture of new products using high-tech automated manufacturing processes can be an extremely exciting and rewarding career.  Graduates of the Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology program are prepared for several types of design and technologist positions on these teams, including positions such as design engineer, electro-mechanical technician, industrial engineering technician, quality control engineering technician, and research and development .

Associate in Science Degree

Program Mission, Objectives, and Outcomes

Program Mission

The mission of the Associate in Science in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology is to provide students a concentration on general engineering principles and apply technical skills in support of automated electro-mechanical systems.  They study new ways to manufacture existing products by learning design principles, problem solving, and how both the engineering materials and machining processes effect overall quality of manufacturing.  Design is emphasized utilizing the latest in computer aided design and drafting technology (CADD), and computer aided manufacturing software (CAM).  Students gain and apply a wide background of knowledge in such areas as electricity and electronics, metrology and the precision measurements of products, manufacturing processes, and Computer Numerical Machining (CNC).

Program Educational Objectives
Graduates from the Associate in Science Degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology will:

  1. Have gained the knowledge, problem-solving abilities, and hands-on skills to succeed in a career in the manufacturing, design, specification, installation, testing, operation, maintenance, sales, or documentation of electro-mechanical systems.
  2. Be able to employ communication and teamwork skills to effectively bridge the gap between professional engineers and skilled production workers and to assist engineers to design, develop, and manufacture industrial machinery and consumer products.
  3. Be able to apply knowledge and a propensity for learning to continuously develop new skills and to learn about new areas needed for long-term career development, including science, engineering, and technology knowledge and communication and teamwork skills.
  4. Achieve professional employment within the broad field of electro-mechanical engineering technology or related disciplines.

Program Outcomes

  1. Ability to apply electrical and mechanical engineering technology expertise to the analysis, design, development, implementation of electro-mechanical systems and processes.

  2. Ability to apply current knowledge and adapt to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering and technology.
  3. Ability to apply creativity to the design of electro-mechanical systems, components and processes.
  4. Ability to identify, analyze and solve technical problems.
  5. Ability to commit to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
  6. Ability to be competent in the use of the computer as a problem solving and communications tool.

Associate in Science Degree

  • EME 241 Machining Fundamentals & CNC
  • EME 261 Capstone Project
  • ELY 217 AutoCAD Electrical
  • ENG 118 Introduction to Engineering Technology and Lab
  • ENG 210 Introduction to Programmable Automation Controllers & Lab
  • ENG 281 Engineering Internship
  • ERD 236 Microprocessor Control Systems
  • ERD 242 Electro-Mechanical Systems & Industrial Controls
  • MCT 115 Computer Aided Design I
  • MCT 124 Computer Aided Design II
  • MCT 125 Manufacturing Processes
  • MCT 134 Computer-Aided Design III
  • MCT 136 Electricity/Electronics
  • MCT 212 Metrology
  • MCT 215 Statics
  • MCT 235 Automation
  • MCT 239 Quality

  • Technical Electives
  • ERD 246 Data Acquisition Systems
  • ENG 100 Imagineering: Creative Prototyping
  • MCT 224 Mechanics of Materials (Required for MCTB)
  • MCT 233 Kinematics
  • ERD 131 Advanced Circuits and Semiconductors (Required for ELTB)

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