The Academic Concentration in Electromechanical Engineering, leading to a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE-EME), integrates the tenets of Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering to provide an interdisciplinary professional career in this burgeoning area. The BSE-EME program is described in more detail in EE and ME Together Again – ASEE 2017The BSE-EEME1ME program offers a relevant, stimulating, and effective course of undergraduate study to produce electromechanical engineers to meet the needs of the new century in robotics, process control and automation.

The BSE-EME program emphasizes all aspects of electromagnetics, transducers, sensors, electronics, digital processing and mechanical principles to integrate these components into electromechanical devices and systems for automated manufacturing processes.  Professional employment includes the analysis, design and installation of robotics and automation for diverse industries.  The intent of the BSE-EME program is to provide better and more efficient electromechanical systems which will have a profound impact on the global society. 

The BSE-EME program includes requisite and three approved technical electives, which provides flexibility in tEME2he course of study and an introduction to macro and Engineering economics and management as preparation for your professional employment and graduate study. The BSE-EME program requires a requisite and two approved electives in business and management.

BSE-EME Study Plan and Graduation Plan prior to Fall 2017 (124 sh):
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BSE-EME Study Plan and Graduation Plan for Fall 2017 and afterwards, updated for Fall 2020 (128 sh):
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BSE-EME Prerequisites for Courses (not including GenEd or Business and Technical Electives):

The Temple University Bulletin  for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering is available.

For further information about the Bachelor of Science in Engineering contact the Director: Dr. Dennis Silage or the Center for Academic Advising and Student Affairs at the College of Engineering: or 215-204-7800.