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Mechatronics

Students in Mechatronics ProgramThe Mechatronics program combines the concepts and practices of mechanical and electrical processes in order to manipulate motorized, hydraulic, and pneumatic machines to perform complex automated functions in an industrial or advanced manufacturing environment. It designed to prepare the student for the Siemens Mechatronics System certification. Student with this credential will function as a highly skilled technician who can work with modules and components in complex mechatronics systems as well as be able to assess and analyze the system as a whole.

Check out what students are saying about the Mechatronics program. (YouTube)

Curriculum

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Fall YR 1 Spring YR 1 Fall YR 2 Spring YR 2
EGR 123
Intro to Engineering Design
2cr
EGR 105
Intro to Problem Solving
1cr
EGR 216
Computer Methods in Engineering & Technology
3cr
IND 113
Materials & Processes of Manufacturing
3cr
ETR 113
D.C. and A.C. Circuits
4cr
MEC 155
Mechanisms
2cr
ETR 286
Principles and Applications of Robotics
3cr
IND 243
Automated Manufacturing Systems I
3cr
IND 116
Applied Technology
3cr
MEC 162
Applied Hydraulics and Pneumatics
3cr
MEC 140
Intro to Mechatronics
3cr
ETR 237
Industrial Electronics I
4cr
SDV 101
Intro to Engineering
1cr
     

Contact Us

Terry Drumheller, Program Coordinator

Phone: 540-857-6366

Brenda Morrison, Program Administration

Phone: 540-857-6731

Carole Graham, Dean of Health Professions

Phone: 540-857-6696

Richard Clark, Professor and Program Head of Engineering

Phone: 540-857-6262

Daniel C. Horine, Program Head of Advanced Technology in Mechatronics

Phone: 540-857-6110