Create simpler, smarter systems.
Industry employers want engineers with the total package—a broad spectrum of knowledge to understand, troubleshoot, maintain, and develop entire systems. Mechatronics teaches all of these skills through a combination of disciplines including mechanical, electrical, computer, and systems engineering, along with telecommunications, robotics, automation, and controls.
Mechatronic engineers apply their knowledge to find creative solutions to engineering problems involving robotic systems in industrial, research, and development settings. Leverage your engineering analysis and design capabilities for successful technical, professional, and entrepreneurial leadership positions.
Automation and robotic use continues to grow globally. Be ready to take your place in high-demand industrial fields. Michigan Tech’s Career Services (including one of the biggest Career Fairs in the nation) can help set you up with interviews that lead to well-paying co-ops, internships, and jobs after graduation.
Be Ready for What Tomorrow Needs:
- Work with robotics simulation software like RobotRun and learn to design your own systems
- Develop skills and confidence in our NUCOR Industrial Control and Automation Lab
- Join Robotics Systems Enterprise to solve real-world engineering problems
- Be a Husky role model for the community’s thriving First Robotics program
Create Tomorrow with Careers In:
- Computer Science
- Automotive Engineering
- Artificial Intelligence
- Consumer Products and Packaging
Huskies Get Hired By:
- Open Systems International Inc.
Customize your Degree:
- Automotive Engineer
- Control System Engineer
- Data Logging Engineer
- Instrumentation Engineer
- Project Engineer
- Software Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Service Engineer
Take Courses Like:
- Circuits I and II
- Introduction to Programmable Controllers
- Electrical Machinery
- Technology Computer Applications
- Applied Quality Techniques
- Real-Time Robotic Systems