Bachelor of Science in Applied Science:
Major in Engineering Technology, Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology Concentration
Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) primarily emphasizes the applied aspects of science and engineering and prepares graduates for work in that portion of the technological spectrum closest to product improvement, industrial processes, and operational functions.
The ECET program has direct impact on the growing and developing energy and environmental sectors, with dual-use technologies or civilian and military use. It will give graduates the necessary technical and managerial skills for careers in design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation and maintenance of electrical/electronic/computer systems.
Courses for the ECET program are offered at Miami University's regional locations in Hamilton and Middletown.
Read articulation information specific to the BS ECET program for students entering fall 2013 and after from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, Edison Community College, Sinclair Community College, and Southern State Community College.
The electrical component of the curriculum includes course work such as
- computerized instrumentation
- data acquisition, and
- electrical control systems.
The computer component focuses on:
- embedded microprocessors
See the links, right, to view curriculum details from the University Bulletin.
To view the sequence of courses
that apply to the BS Major in ECET Concentration of Engineering
Technology, download the ECET Course Flow Diagram (PDF 89KB).
More details including a recommended course schedule are given in the ENT Handbook for Students.
Upon successful completion of the program the student will be awarded the Bachelor of Science in Applied Science degree with a major in Electrical & Computer Technology.
ECET graduates will work in a wide spectrum of careers including
- automated manufacturing
- instrumentation and control
- medical systems
- energy and environmental systems
- wireless communication, and
- digital signal processing.
Graduates will be qualified for positions in which they can use technology to develop new products and solve problems.
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