Engineering Technology: Electromechanical Engineering

The program prepares graduates to work in an engineering environment and to assist with the design, development, testing, programming, installation, and maintenance of electro-mechanical systems.   Apply & Register Program Details

The program prepares graduates to work in an engineering environment and to assist with the design, development, testing, programming, installation, and maintenance of electro-mechanical systems.

 


Code Course Credits
First Year / First Semester
ENG-101 English Composition I 3
CIM-101 Machine Shop Practices 3
EET-101 Electrical/Electronic Principles 4
MTH-125 Accelerated Precalculus1 or  
MTH-140 Calculus I2 4
...-... Social Science General Education Elective3 3
    17
Second Semester
ENG-102 English Composition II 3
CAD-101 Computer Aided Engineering Graphics 4
EET-211 Electronics I 3
PHY-101 Physics I or  
PHY-201 Physics III 4
...-... Diversity - Humanities General Education Elective 3
    17
Code Course Credits
Second Year / First Semester
EET-221 Digital Circuits 3
EET-241 Robotics 3
CIM-211 PLC Programming 4
PHY-102 Physics II or  
PHY-202 Physics IV 4
CSC-111 Introduction to Programming or  
CSC-121 Structured Programming (C++) 3/4
    17/18
Second Semester
MET-233 Project Design or  
EGR-208 Co-op I: Engineering 3
CIM-231 Motors, Controllers and Sensors 3
MTH-132 Statistics for Technology or  
MTH-150 Calculus II2 4
...-... Technical Elective4 3/4
    13/14
  Total Minimum Credits 64
1 The Precalculus Mathematics (MTH-123) & Precalculus Math II (MTH-124) series of course may be substituted for Accelerated Precalculus (MTH-125).
2 All students transferring to NJIT, Temple, Drexel and Thomas Edison must take the Calculus I, II track.
3 Economics (ECO-102) is recommended.
4 Courses in physical sciences, high technology curricula (CADD, CIM, CST), mathematics, and computer programming will fulfill this elective.

Program Goals

  • To prepare students to seek employment as a technician or junior engineer, using industrial test and measurement equipment to evaluate and trouble-shoot the operation of an electromechanical machine or system.
  • To instill in the students a commitment to lifelong learning which fosters in them a desire to transfer credits to a baccalaureate program in electro-mechanical engineering technology.
  • To provide students with a General Education foundation.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduate will be able to:

  1. Integrate electronic control of a mechanical system or process.
  2. Analyze and solve electro-mechanical system problems.
  3. Use productivity and computerized circuit simulation software to analyze experimental data from electromechanical systems.
  4. Write and orally present theory, concept or analysis of a complex electro-mechanical system problem or electronic project.

Employment Opportunities

  • Junior engineer
  • Field service engineer
  • Lab technician
  • Quality control specialist
  • Production technician
  • Technical salesperson

Special Program Requirements

Students should have an adequate background in algebra and trigonometry.

Transfer Opportunities

Students in this program transfer to many institutions including:

Contact Persons

Dr. Lawrence M. Chatman, Coordinator
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4523
email: lchatman@camdencc.edu

Dr. Melvin L. Roberts
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4942
email: mroberts@camdencc.edu

Additional information

CIP Code

15.0403

Program Code

EME.AAS