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Mechatronics and Robotics Courses

The Bachelor of Science in mechatronics and robotics engineering required 131 credit hours and is designed to foster attainment of the program educational objectives. 

General Education Requirements - 41 credit hours

ENG 133 Technical Communication 
HUM 203 Humanities Seminar  
SP 203 Effective Speaking
MA 134 Calculus I   
MA 164 Calculus II   
MA 213 Calculus III     
CH 104 General Chemistry I
PH  224 University Physics I       
PH  234 University Physics II
Social Sciences - Humanities Electives - 9 credit hours

Program Requirements - 78 credit hours

General Engineering: 2 hours

GE 101 Introduction to Engineering
GE 401 Professional Practice

Unrestricted Elective(s): 6 hours

Unrestricted Electives

Engineering Science: 17 hours

ES 213 Statics
ES 223 Dynamics
ES 233 Engineering Materials
ES 243 Solid Mechanics
ES 253 Electrical Science
ES 382 Engineering Economics 

Electrical/Computer Engineering: 18 hours

ECE 243  Analog Signals
ECE 261  Digital Systems Laboratory
ECE 263  Digital Systems
ECE 271  Microcontrollers Laboratory
ECE 273  Microcontrollers
ECE 301  Electrical Machines Laboratory
ECE 303  Electrical Machines
ECE 313  Electrical Power

Mechanical Engineering: 12 hours

MAE 201 Intro to Programming in MATLAB 
MAE 202 Mechanical Engineering Analysis
MAE 242 & 241 Manufacturing Processes
MAE 303 Mechanics of Machinery
MAE 353 Machine Component Design

Mechatronics/Robotics Core: 23 hours

MRE 262 MRE Lab and Intro to Programmable Logic Controllers
MRE 313 Fluid Power Systems and Design
MRE 323  Robotic Kinematics/Kinetics
MRE 403 Machine Communications
MRE 463 Advanced Mechatronics
MRE 4023/4023L (MAE 4023) System Dynamics & Controls
MRE 4053 MRE Design I
MRE 4063 MRE Design II

 

Additional Requirements - 12 credit hours

EGR 143 Engineering Graphics
MA 233 Differential Equations
MA 313 Linear Algebra
MA 393 Probability and Statistics

* For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog.