Mechatronics engineers operate in cutting-edge areas like nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, biotech, auto-driving and aerospace. Our bachelor's degree program combines elements of mechatronics, electrical, mechanical and industrial engineering.
You'll learn how to design and create smart machines that integrate mechanical systems, sensing and actuation, computer hardware and software, and other components. With many opportunities for hands-on learning, you'll be ready to excel in a variety of settings, from global industries to small, pioneering companies.
Please note that your course requirements may be different than those listed in the current year's catalog. Be sure to refer to the archived catalogs for the year of your enrollment. Or check with your advisor.