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1. ElectroMechanical Engineering Associates Inc


ElectroMechanical Engineering Associates, Inc. (EME) was founded in 1982 as a Corporation in
the state of Pennsylvania, U.S.A. It has grown to have over thirty Consultant level engineers,
each with university degrees and over thirty years experience. The Consultants are supported by
engineers, technicians and drafters as each project may require. EME provides consulting
engineering services on electric power generation equipment and large electric motors
including auxiliary systems. EME's primary clients are electric utilities and original
equipment manufacturers. EME services for electric utilities are generally: - Failure
Analysis
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2.

Electromechanical Engineering/Learn.org

Electromechanical engineering is an interdisciplinary field that combines electrical,


electronic and mechanical engineering, as well as elements of computer programming.
Learn about degree programs, related jobs and the career outlook for this field.
Career Overview
As its name suggests, the field of electromechanical engineering combines the mechanical
and electrical engineering disciplines to produce various kinds of automated or robotic
systems. Electromechanical engineers also design electronic components, such as
semiconductors. Common areas of employment include power plants, food production,
pharmaceutical companies and the manufacturing industry. In these settings,
electromechanical engineering technicians develop, troubleshoot, maintain and operate
hardware.
To begin a career as an electromechanical engineering technician or technologist, you may need
an associate's degree. It helps to be creative and have good computer skills to work in
electromechanical engineering. As an electromechanical engineering technician, you work
under engineers, initially with limited independence. As you progress and show proficiency,
supervisory positions may be open to you.
Overview Electromechanical Engineering Courses

Electromechanical engineering courses are usually part of four- or five-year bachelor's degree
programs and prepare graduates to use electrical and mechanical engineering principles to
design, implement and maintain various complex machinery. Although fully online courses
are not available at this time, cooperative education programs are available. Cooperative
coursework allows students to gain hands-on experience by working with professionals in the
field. Graduates may find employment in fields such as biomedical engineering, manufacturing
and robotics.
Course Requirements
Online courses require a computer with Internet access, a media player and e-mail. Some
general office software such as Microsoft Word or PowerPoint may be required. Cooperative
education component may require travel. Many courses include a lab component.
Advanced Math Course
Advanced math courses are commonly found in most engineering programs. These classes
cover analytic geometry and advanced calculus. Topics of study include partial derivatives,
multiple integrals and vectors.
Physics Course
Physics courses are fundamental in any engineering education. In these courses, students study
the principles of mechanics. Modern physics, with topics including quantum theory and
mechanics and atomic structure is a focus of physics engineering courses.
Thermodynamics Course
Thermodynamics courses involve the study of the transfer of energy from various sources. The
fundamentals of classical and statistical thermodynamics are a focus of this type of course.
Computer Science Course
Students study intermediate-level Java software programming in this course. Object-oriented
programming principles, algorithms and various data structures are some topics of discussion in
this type of course.
Engineering Design Course
Students enrolled in engineering design courses work on fabrication, analysis and operation of
electromechanical devices. This type of course will almost certainly involve a lab component
where students work to implement theory into actual designs.
3. Electromechanical Engineering Schools and Colleges in US/Study.com
Electromechanical engineers use principles of science and mathematics, along with electrical
and mechanical engineering to design, build, repair, test and maintain everything from
vending machines to robots. While electromechanical engineering programs focus more on
science and mathematics, electromechanical engineering technology programs take a more
hands-on approach to learning.
Electromechanical Engineering School

While science and mathematics should be at the heart of any electromechanical engineering
program, hands-on training is important as well. When choosing an electromechanical
engineering school, students may want to consider an institution that offers not only hands-on
training in the form of lab work, but one that offers cooperative education opportunities as well.
Cooperative education programs, also called co-ops, combine classroom instruction with paid
work experience. Cooperative education can give students real-world experience at engineering
firms, as well as contacts for future job opportunities. While electromechanical engineering
programs are usually offered as 4-year bachelor's degrees, electromechanical engineering
programs that include cooperative education components typically take five years to complete.
Electromechanical engineers who are self-employed must be licensed in the United States.
Requirements for licensure include graduation from a school accredited by the Engineering
Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
(EAC/ABET), four years of on-the-job experience and completion of the the Fundamentals of
Engineering (FE) exam and the Principles and Practice of Engineering exam. Although the
Principles and Practice of Engineering exam cannot be taken until graduates have acquired
work experience, the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is typically taken upon
graduation. Students may want to consider attending a school that offers FE exam prep courses
as part of its electromechanical engineering program curriculum.
Electromechanical Engineering Technology School
Hands-on training is vital to any electromechanical engineering technology program and often
accounts for half of the program's curriculum. Students pursuing education in
electromechanical engineering technology may want to select a school that offers cooperative
education as part of its hands-on curriculum. Co-ops allow students to get a feel for the tools
and equipment used on the job. Co-ops combine classroom studies with on-the-job training.
Programs that offer courses in math, science and engineering are also useful in finding a career
in electromechanical engineering technology.
Vocational-technical schools provide training geared toward the needs of local students and
local employers. Electromechanical engineering technology programs are usually offered as 2year associate degree programs.

4. BSC in Electromechanical Engineering, University of Cape Town

In today's computerized world, industry welcomes our graduates who understand both the
mechanical and electrical engineering disciplines and can design, build, control, and
maintain a wide range of engineering products and processes. Examples of these include:
motor-cars and aero planes (where computers control the engines and ensure that the engines are
working efficiently); production machine tools such as automated lathes and milling
machines; artificial hearts, and many other products used in the world of medicine; robots
that are increasingly used in industry and medicine; even the humble washing machine which is

now computer controlled. Electro-Mechanical Engineering entails the study of mathematics,


physics, chemistry, materials, basic electrical engineering, basic mechanical engineering,
and the integration of these in carefully structured design courses.
This program aims to provide an educational approach where emphasis is placed on integrated
studies and on the production of graduates who are generalists, rather than specialists. It aims
to meet the increasing demand for engineers with cross-disciplinary skills, particularly in the
fields of robotics, flexible manufacturing and electro-mechanical power systems.
The program comprises mainly courses selected from the Electrical Engineering and Mechanical
Engineering curricula. These courses include: microprocessors; digital electronics; mechatronics
design; electro-mechanical design; computer integrated manufacture and robotics; project
management; maintenance management and reliability in systems; industrial engineering;
industrial law; and new venture planning. Some flexibility is allowed in the selection of courses
to ensure that students can tailor the degree to suit their interests and needs.

5. Electromechanical Engineering, University of Macau


The Electromechanical Engineering (EME) programme was founded in 1993. The curriculum
emphasizes mechanical engineering (ME), while educating the students to take advantage of
modern electrical, electronic and information technologies for practical applications in ME
like building services, transportation vehicles, robots, etc.
Most of our graduates have had brilliant professional careers in electrical and mechanical
engineering consultancy firm, building services industry, government departments, public
organizations and research institutes. Many graduates are registered engineers in the disciplines
of gas engineering and urban construction (project planning & design) in Macau. Moreover,
some graduates have pursued their postgraduate studies at well-known universities around the
world.
Program Educational Objective
The educational objectives of the Electromechanical Engineering Program are to prepare
graduates who will:
1. Apply their engineering skills to their careers in related industries or government.
2. Assume position of leadership and responsibility in their careers.
3. Pursue graduate and professional studies.
Program Objective
Graduates of the Electromechanical Engineering Program will demonstrate the following:

(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)
(j)
(k)
(l)

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering;


An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data;
An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints, suc
economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability;
An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams;
An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems;
An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility;
An ability to communicate effectively;
The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic,
environmental and societal context, especially the importance of health, safety and environmental conside
to both workers and the general public;
An ability to recognize the need for, and to engage in life-long learning;
A knowledge of contemporary issues;
An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
appropriate to the degree discipline;
An ability to use the computer/IT tools relevant to the discipline along with an understanding of their proc
and limitations.

6. PROGRAM CRITERIA FOR ELECTROMECHANICAL ENGINEERING


TECHNOLOGY/ABET
Objective
An accreditable associate degree program in electromechanical engineering technology will
typically prepare graduates with the technical skills necessary to enter careers in the building,
installation, application, and operation and/or maintenance of electromechanical hardware
and software systems. An accreditable baccalaureate degree program in electromechanical
engineering technology will typically prepare graduates for applied design, development, and
management of electromechanical systems.
Outcomes
The field of electromechanical engineering technology depends heavily on the integration of
electrical, mechanical, computer, and network components to the design, application,
operation, and maintenance of electromechanical systems.
Accordingly:
Graduates of associate degree programs must demonstrate knowledge and technical competency,
appropriate to the objectives of the program, to:
a. Use computer-aided drafting or design tools to prepare graphical representations of
electromechanical systems.
b. Use circuit analysis, analog and digital electronics, basic instrumentation, and
computers to aid in the characterization, analysis, and troubleshooting of
electromechanical systems.

c. Use statics, dynamics (or applied mechanics), strength of materials, engineering


materials, engineering standards, and manufacturing processes to aid in the
characterization, analysis, and troubleshooting of electromechanical systems.
Graduates of baccalaureate degree programs, in addition to the outcomes required of associate
degree graduates and appropriate to the objectives of the program, must also demonstrate
competency to:
a. Use appropriate computer programming languages for operating electromechanical
systems.
b. Use electrical/electronic devices such as amplifiers, motors, relays, power systems,
and computer and instrumentation systems for applied design, operation, or
troubleshooting electromechanical systems.
c. Use advanced topics in engineering mechanics, engineering materials, and fluid
mechanics for applied design, operation, or troubleshooting of electromechanical
systems.
d. Use basic knowledge of control systems for the applied design, operation. or
troubleshooting of electromechanical systems.
e. Use differential and integral calculus, as a minimum, to characterize the static and
dynamic performance of electromechanical systems.
f. Use appropriate management techniques in the investigation, analysis, and design of
electromechanical systems.
7. PROGRAM CRITERIA FOR NUCLEAR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY/ABET
Objective
An accredited program in Nuclear Engineering Technology will prepare graduates with
knowledge, skills, and problem-solving abilities required to enter careers in those parts of the
nuclear industry served by the program. Graduates of programs in nuclear engineering
technology will have strengths in the areas of nuclear processes and operations, nuclear systems,
and radiological safety, developed from an understanding of the fundamental principles,
conservation laws, and rate processes of the physical sciences, and the importance of the safe
operation of nuclear systems.
Outcomes
An associate degree program must demonstrate that graduates have acquired the following
capabilities:
a. An understanding of nuclear systems and operations, and radiological safety, including
1. radiation protection procedures,
2. currently applicable rules and regulations, maintenance, control, performance, the
human
interface in operations, and quality assurance pertaining to the operation of
nuclear systems, and
3. the importance of the safe operation of nuclear systems.
b. An ability to solve problems using foundation mathematics and the fundamental principles,
conservation laws, and rate processes of the physical sciences that are commonly encountered
in the segment of the nuclear industry served by the program.
c. An ability to conduct, analyze, and interpret laboratory experiments, and to interpret
laboratory analyses that measure nuclear and radiation processes.

A baccalaureate degree program must demonstrate that graduates have acquired the capabilities
specified above and the following capabilities:
a. An ability to apply advanced mathematics, including differential/integral calculus, to the
solution of problems commonly encountered in the segment of the nuclear industry served by
the program.
b. An understanding of the design processes for nuclear systems used in the segment of the
nuclear industry served by the program

8.BSc in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology


Penn State Altoona

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Todays industries need people who can work on systems, machines, and products that have both
electrical and mechanical elements. The Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (BS EMET)
degree program provides basic coverage in all major areas of technology involved in the operation
and control of manufacturing and production processes, including instrumentation and monitoring
methods; principles of machine design; automated control techniques; thermal and fluid sciences;
computerized manufacturing systems; principles of electrical and electronic circuit operation;
computer-aided drafting and design; economics of production; and statistical analysis and quality
control.

Program Educational Objectives


Three to five years after graduation, graduates of the EMET program will be:
1.

Capable of and actively involved in the specification, procurement, or


integration of electromechanical systems.

2.

Capable of and actively involved in the operation, testing, or maintenance


of electromechanical systems.

3.

Capable of and actively participating in project team activities.

4.

Capable of and actively involved in the preparation and delivery of


technical documentation and communications.

Program Outcomes (Student Outcomes)


At graduation, EMET students should have:
a.

An ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and


modern tools of their disciplines to broadly-defined engineering technology
activities,

b.

An ability to select and apply a knowledge of mathematics, science,


engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require
the application of principles and applied procedures or methodologies,

c.

An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; to conduct,


analyze, and interpret experiments; and to apply experimental results to
improve processes,

d.

An ability to design systems, components, or processes for broadly-defined


engineering technology problems appropriate to program educational
objectives,

e.

An ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team,

f.

An ability to identify, analyze, and solve broadly-defined engineering


technology problems,

g.

An ability to communicate effectively regarding broadly-defined


engineering technology activities,

h.

An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed


continuing professional development,

i.

An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical


responsibilities including a respect for diversity,

j.

A knowledge of the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal


and global context, and

k.

A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

In addition, EMET graduates must demonstrate the knowledge and technical


competency to:
a.

Use computer-aided drafting or design tools to prepare graphical


representations of electromechanical systems.

b.

Use circuit analysis, analog and digital electronics, basic instrumentation,


and computers to aid in the characterization, analysis, and troubleshooting of
electromechanical systems.

c.

Use statics, dynamics (or applied mechanics), strength of materials,


engineering materials, engineering standards and manufacturing processes to
aid in the characterization, analysis, and troubleshooting of electromechanical
systems.

d.

Use appropriate computer programming languages for operating


electromechanical systems.

e.

Use electrical/electronic devices such as amplifiers, motors, relays, power


systems, and computer and instrumentation systems for applied design,
operation, or troubleshooting electromechanical systems.

f.

Use advanced topics in engineering mechanics, engineering materials, and


fluid mechanics for applied design, operation, or troubleshooting of
electromechanical systems.

g.

Use basic knowledge of control systems for the applied design, operation.
or troubleshooting of electromechanical systems.

h.

Use differential and integral calculus, as a minimum, to characterize the


static and dynamic performance of electromechanical systems.

i.

Use appropriate management techniques in the investigation, analysis, and


design of electromechanical systems.

Associate Degrees
Time Assuming you are registered as a full time student, you can get an
associates degree in engineering technology in just two years.
Focus Associate degrees require fewer general education courses
than baccalaureate degrees. If you are sure that engineering technology is the
right career path for you, an associate degree will let you focus on the core
courses in a shorter amount of time.
Future Education If you enjoy engineering technology and want to pursue
further education, you can apply these courses towards a baccalaureate degree in
engineering technology.
Job Availability Industries throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
and the nation are seeking engineering technologists and technicians. Penn
States engineering technology program has a high percent placement rate for its
associate-degree-holding graduates.
Sample Job Description Assembles, maintains, and repairs various
medical equipment. Tests the functionality of equipment and takes accuracy,
sensitivity, and selectivity measurements. Assists medical staff in operation of
equipment. May require an associates degree in biomedical engineering or
electronic engineering. Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and

procedures within a particular field. Relies on experience and judgment to plan


and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Works under general
supervision. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. Typically
reports to a supervisor or manager.

Baccalaureate Degrees
Variety A baccalaureate degree in engineering technology is similar to other
four-year programs. In addition to the technical courses required for your major,
you will also take general education courses that will enhance your non-technical
skills and knowledge. General education courses will help you explore and
improve skills that you may not realize you possess.
Career advancement Graduates of most four-year engineering technology
programs may sit for professional licensure and/or pursue an advanced degree in
a similar field.
Job Availability Industries throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
and the nation are seeking engineering technologists and technicians. Penn
State's engineering technology program has almost a 100 percent placement rate
for its baccalaureate degree-holding graduates.
Sample job description Oversees the designing of engines, tools, and
other mechanical equipment and industrial processes. Also responsible for
supervising the production, operation, repair and maintenance of equipment.
May work with other engineering departments to aid in the development and
usage of robotics to improve productivity. A level I supervisor is considered a
working supervisor with little authority for personnel actions. May require a
bachelor's degree in area of specialty. Familiar with a variety of the field's
concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment
to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. A wide degree of
creativity and latitude is expected. Typically reports to a manager or head of a
unit/department.