The Bachelor of Science in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (BSEMET) is designed to teach students the theory and application of a broad range of electrical, mechanical, computer, control, and instrumentation technologies that are used in today's industrial and consulting settings.
The program emphasizes knowledge in all fields of engineering technology related to typical manufacturing, production, and assembly plant process 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
- statistical analysis and quality control.
For more information about Penn State's baccalaureate degrees in engineering technology go to http://www.et.psu.edu/studentguide/index.htm or http://www.et.psu.edu/studentguide/baccalaureate/4emet.htm