Mechatronics is a concentration within the manufacturing engineering technology major, which is available for students enrolling in Fall 2014 and beyond.
Readily available computing power is bringing intelligence to everyday appliances and tools. Graduates with this concentration will be able to apply embedded controllers to mechanical systems, from smart sensors for water quality to energy saving appliances to electric vehicle regeneration systems.
- Learn in a hands-on environment
- Focus on applying and implementing technology to solve real-world problems
- Gain real-world experience and broader perspective while working with students from a variety of engineering technology majors
How To Apply
Choose the College of Technology and a major in manufacturing engineering technology (you’ll declare your concentration when you register for your first semester of classes)
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