The Engineering Technology Department offers two degree programs, leading to a Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering Technology (BSEET) or Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology (BSMET). These are junior- and senior-year level baccalaureate degree programs; students must complete the coursework equivalent to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in electronic or mechanical engineering technology from an accredited college, university or technical institute before beginning to complete the upper two-year courses in the program. Qualified Cleveland State University students who major in a discipline other than Engineering Technology may apply to enroll in upper-division courses.
The 2 + 2 program's primary goal is to provide the student with sufficient skills to obtain immediate employment after completion of the associate degree, while providing a path for furthering education and career opportunities with the completion of the bachelor of science degree.
Engineering Technology students are limited to two grades of D in their major courses to be eligible for graduation.
Students in Engineering Technology may select an option in Robotics requiring them to choose technical elective courses from the list of courses that focuses on that area.
A Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology graduate is qualified to work in positions requiring the application of scientific and engineering knowledge and methods combined with technical skills in support of engineering activities.
Cleveland State's Engineering Technology graduates are employed in a diverse range of industries. Most importantly, the programs prepare graduates to contribute immediately in these industries.
Objectives and goals of the Electronics Engineering Technology program: