Electro-Mechanical Engineering (470A)

Southern State Engineering Banner, Electro-Mechanical Engineering

Offered on: Central Campus (Evening)

Nature of Profession

Electro-mechancial engineers work in various engineering and manufacturing companies using the principles and theories of engineering, mathematics and science. They may prepare specifications for materials, test for quality control, study ways to improve manufacturing efficiency, supervise production workers, work as field representatives, install and repair technical equipment or write repair and operation manuals.

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Jobs and Salary

Transfer Agreements

Southern State has articulation/transfer agreements with many four-year institutions. Find the transfer agreements for Electro-Mechanical Engineering below.

Student Laptop Requirements

Minimum requirements:

  • Intel or AMD Processor with SSE2 support
  • 8GB RAM or more
  • Windows 7 SP1, 8.1, or 10 Operating System, on a 64 bit system
  • DVD Drive
  • Software varies - most versions will be downloadable for free
  • Video Card - Click here to ensure compatibility

Earn Industry Certifications

In this program students will have the opportunity to achieve multiple industry level certifications. Our curriculum aligns with the certification content. Below is a list of the different certifications that students can obtain as they move through the program. Learn more about the certification at the Testing Center.

  • Autodesk Certified User Logo
  • Autodesk Certified Professional Logo


Fall Semester | First Year

Course # Course Title Credits
ENGL 1101 English Composition I 3
ENDS 1100 Introduction to Engineering 2
EENG 1105 DC Circuits & Devices 3
ENDS 1142 Engineering Drawing II 3
PHYS 1117 Applied Physics I (Mechanics) 3
MATH 1120 Technical Mathematics 3

Spring Semester | First Year

Course # Course Title Credits
PHYS 1115 Applied Physics II (Heat, Light & Sound) 3
ENDS 2230 Computer Graphics I 3
ENDS 2270 Computer Apps in Engineering II 3
EENG 2205 Digital Electronics I 3
EENG 1115 AC Circuits & Devices 3

Fall Semester | Second Year

Course # Course Title Credits
ENDS 1143 Introduction to Product Design 3
ENDS 2201 Engineering Mechanics (Statics) 3
ENDS 2205 Hydraulics & Pneumatics 3
EENG 1185 Electrical Machinery 3
EENG 2215 Analog Circuits & Devices 3
EENG 2285 Manufacturing Control Systems 3

Spring Semester | Second Year

Course # Course Title Credits
ENDS 2202 Dynamics 3
ENDS 2203 Strength of Materials 3
ENGL 2205 Technical Report Writing 3
COMM 1115 Fundamentals of Effective Speech 3
– – – – – – General Elective (Humanities or Social Sciences) 3
Program Total: 65

Acceptable Course Substitutions

MATH 1120 can be replaced with:

PHYS 1115 and 1117 can be replaced with:

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