Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology
Who should enroll in the BASMET program?
Graduates with an Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from any community college in Ohio have transferable credit that should allow direct placement in junior year coursework of the BASMET program.
Two pathways to the BASMET degree
Continuation pathway for graduates with an Associate of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology.
Students may begin as a freshman and declare the BASMET Program as their major. The opportunity for the intermediate associate degree credential is also available if coursework is completed as outlined.
When will the BASMET program begin?
Junior year coursework will begin in Fall 2019. Currently, the program will be offered in the evenings, because it is anticipated that many students will already be employed with area businesses or would like to be while enrolled.
Transitions from Associate Degree to Bachelor’s Degree Coursework
Associate degree coursework focuses on the static environment. Bachelor’s degree coursework begins to incorporate motion, heat and energy dynamics. So while some of the coursework in years 3 and 4 will explore familiar concepts and labs more extensively, subjects such as motion and thermodynamics will be introduced.
Project-based learning will continue in the BASMET program
NC State is committed to providing project-based learning throughout all four years of the BASMET program. Experiential learning provides hands-on, real-world experience business and industry desire. Many local business partners will provide access to their facilities for NC State students to work together on actual projects with their employees.
Internships and employment opportunities
Many local businesses currently employ graduates with an associate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. If you are interested in an opportunity to work full or part-time while enrolled in the BASMET program, the Career Services Office at NC State will assist you by providing effective job search resources and planning tools.
*Disclosure for BASMET program during development
North Central State College was provided the approval to move forward with developing the BASMET program in July 2018. The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) and the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) will review the curriculum plans, course content and learning outcomes for this program in Fall 2018. Approval to move forward with the BASMET degree is anticipated in Spring 2019.