Bachelor of Applied Science

Smart Industrial Automated Systems Engineering Technology represents a multidisciplinary engineering field concerned with the design, modeling, analysis and control of predominantly computer-based automated systems or processes, often referred to as smart manufacturing. Automated systems typically contain a mixture of sensors, equipment, devices, software, hardware and humans and requires knowledge of elements of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, software programming, networking, security, and human factors engineering. The program will be designed to meet the Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology requirements and train students for job roles such as automation engineer, controls engineer, systems engineer and more.

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Join us for live demonstrations, faculty presentations and to learn more about this exciting field and the job opportunities available to you.

Friday, October 6
3:30-5 p.m.

Friday, November 3
3:30-5 p.m.

Career Outlook

Those positions, which cut across multiple industry sectors, are in high demand now with anticipated growth in the coming years. In 2020, over 21,000 individuals were employed in Northeast Ohio within similar positions and 72% of occupations in Northeast Ohio related to Smart Manufacturing and Automation require a bachelor’s degree as typical entry-level education. Today, labor market data company Emsi forecasts 8,750 regional openings in these occupations in the next five years.

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Contact the Program Coordinator

Scott Zitek
(440) 366-7024