MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING PROGRAM (MTE)

Mechatronics Engineering Program (MTE)

The Mechatronics Engineering program integrates mechanical, control, electrical, electronics, and computer engineering synergistically in order to build innovative components and systems to realize functional and smart products.

Specialization outcomes

  1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic science and engineering fundamentals in mechanics, electronics and software and their interfacing.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of fundamentals of problem identification, formulation and solution in the inter-disciplinary fields of Mechatronics.
  3. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the principles of sustainable design and development.
  4. Ability to identify at an appropriate level the design, production, interfacing and software needs of different parts of Mechatronics systems.
  5. Ability to create solutions to mechatronics systems especially to manufacturing, maintenance and interfacing problems in a creative way, taking account of industrial and commercial constraints.
  6. Ability to compete, in-depth, in at least one engineering discipline, namely mechanics, electronics or interfacing and software.
  7. Ability to manage field problem, identification, formulation and solution.
  8. Ability to utilize practical systems approach to design and performance evaluation.
  9. Ability to apply the principles of sustainable design and development.

PROGRAM COURSES

Compulsory Courses:(Each course weights 3 credit hours)

MTE 211 Theory of Machines
MTE 311 Seminar on MTE
ECE 221 Digital Logic Design
ECE 222 Digital Logic Design Lab
MTE 312 Numerical Analysis
MTE 313 Strength of Materials
MTE 314 Mechanical Vibrations
MTE 315 Mechanical Vibrations Lab
ECE 322 Electronic Circuits
ECE 323 Electronic Circuits Lab
MTE 321 Project Based Learning on MTE
MTE 322 Mechanical Design (1)
MTE 323 Embedded Systems
  1. Basic Engineering:
  2. Applied Engineering & Design:
MTE 313 Automatic Control (1)
MTE 314 Introduction to Mechatronics
MTE 321 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems
MTE 323 Mechatronics systems design
MTE 324 Mechanical Design (2)
MTE 325 Robotics

 

 

Elective Courses:(Each course weights 3 credit hours)

MTE 423 Automatic Control (2)
MTE 424 Digital Control
MTE 425 Industrial Process Control
MTE 426 Programmable Logic Controllers
MTE 427 Electro hydraulic servo systems
MTE 428 Distributed Control Systems
MTE 429 Intelligent Control
MTE 430 Micro Electromechanical Systems (MEMS)
MTE 431 Mobile Robots
MTE 432 Selected Topics in Robotics
MTE 433 Machine Vision
MTE 434 Sensors & Actuators
MTE 435 Electric Drives
MTE 436 Product Design of Mechatronic Systems
MTE 437 Introduction to Bio-Mechatronics
MTE 438 Artificial Intelligence in Mechatronics and Robotics
MTE 439 Frontiers of Space Engineering

Graduation Project:

  • MTE 410 senior graduation project (4 Credit hours)
  • MTE 420 senior graduation project (4 Credit hours)

Check Department Flow Chart and Study Plan