Our Mechatronics Curriculum has been designed, developed, and tested over several generations of graduates. Industry managers and alumni provide feedback on many aspects of the Mechatronics program; particularly in Curriculum scope and content. This nurtures the continuous pursuit of excellence in Curriculum so as to best meet the needs of the industries they represent, without sacrificing fundamental engineering standards, as well as integrate all other stake-holder needs.
The primary goal of Mechatronics Engineering Curriculum is to provide high-quality,
ABET accredited Curriculum that prepare students for future jobs in engineering fields.
The Mechatronics Engineering Curriculum Flow Chart of Academic Courses - Level 1: Mathematics, Science, General Education- Flows into Level 2: Computers & Electronic Engineering and Mechanical and Robotical Engineering - Flows into Level 3: Circuits, Components, Design, Computer and Robotic Interfacing, Robotic Programming, Embedded Processing as well as CAD, Statics, Strength of Materials, Dynamics, Component Design, and Manufacturing - Flows into Level 4: Integrated - Flows into Level 5: Instrumentation, Controls, Machine Motion.