Become an innovator and effectively respond to electrical challenges in a design and manufacturing environment in Vermont State University’s Electromechanical Engineering Technology program. Earn an associate’s and bachelor’s degree in just four years with this 2+2 program that bridges the gap between engineering disciplines. You’ll be prepared for a vibrant career as an electromechanical engineer, field technician, electrical engineer, and other industrial and electrical systems, design, automation, and installation opportunities.
This degree offers two focuses: a mechanical engineering focus and an electrical engineering focus.
What is Electromechanical Engineering?
Electromechanical engineering is a field of engineering where the processes of electrical and mechanical engineering intersect. The field covers the analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of equipment and products that use electrical circuits and mechanical systems. Electromechanical engineers focus on integrating and improving the product and the process to create greater efficiencies and innovations.
Why Study Electromechanical Engineering Technology at Vermont State?
- High earning power: The average salary for electrical engineers is more than $101,700.* The average salary for mechanical engineers is $95,300.**
- Exceptional job placement: 100% of Vermont State Electromechanical Engineering Technology students were employed within six months after graduation.
- An accelerated program: This 2+2 program allows you to earn your associate degree in either Electrical Engineering Technology or Mechanical Engineering Technology and also complete your bachelor’s degree.
- Prepare for graduate studies: Many of Vermont State’s Electromechanical Engineering Technology students continue on to earn a master’s degree in a related field.
- Strong professional network: Vermont State University has an electromechanical engineering technology advisory council led by employers looking to hire our graduates.
*Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
**Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Financial Aid for Electromechanical Engineering Technology Students
Vermont State University is providing a high-quality, affordable degree in Electromechanical Engineering Technology to students across Vermont and beyond. More than 80 percent of Vermont State students are awarded financial aid, including new students, transfer students, international students, out-of-state students, and first-generation students. Our financial aid team is here to help you explore all your options.
Internships & Jobs in Electromechanical Engineering Technology
At Vermont State, you’ll gain leading-edge skills for jobs in Electromechanical Engineering Technology, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering through internships, co-ops, career coaching, and more.
- We have a 100% job placement rate, meaning our graduates were employed within six months after graduation.
- We also have an electromechanical engineering technology advisory council led by employers looking to hire our graduates.
Admissions Information for Transfer Students
While this program is designed for Vermont State students in an associate degree program, this may also be the right fit for you if you have a technology associate degree program from another college. Transfer students admitted to the third and fourth years of the program must have completed two years in engineering technology at an accredited college or university and have taken electrical, mechanical, or computer engineering technology courses.