Major in Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering Technology, BS (81 credits)

This sequence of courses is designed to supply the student with knowledge and experiences that wil enable him/her to work with and design robotic and mechatronic systems. The emphasis is on developing the practical, hands-on skills engineers need in order to meet modern industrial demands. This is a 130-credit program. 

Major Requirements (39 credits)

ROBO 110 Introduction to Robotics and Mechatronics 3
ROBO 220 Parametric Modeling and Simulation 3
ROBO 240 Electro-Mechanical Converters and Drivers 3
ROBO 310 Data Acquisition & Processing 3
ROBO 330 Fluid Power Systems 3
ROBO 350 Applied Control Systems I 3
ROBO 370 Mechanisms for Automation 3
ROBO 380 Mechatronics 3
ROBO 460 Applied Control Systems II 3
ROBO 470 Robotics Systems Engineering and Analysis 3
ROBO 480 Industrial Robotics 3
ROBO 496 Industrial Internship 3
ROBO 497 Capstone Senior Project 3

Additional Requirements (42 credits)

CET 236  Circuit Analysis  3
CET 323 Electronic Circuits  3
CET 363  Digital Circuits 3
CET 453 Microcomputers 3
ET 251 Applied Mechanics I - Statics 3
ET 252 Applied Mechanics II - Dynamics 3
ET 354 Applied Fluid Mechanics 3
ET 357 Strength of Materials 3
ETM 358 Applied Thermodynamics 3
MFG 216 Manufacturing Processes 3
MATH 221 Calculus II 4
MATH 226 Linear Algebra and Probability for Engineers 4
MATH 355 Introduction to Differential Equations with Applications 4

Electives (1-7 credits, unrestricted)

Requirements in General Education (42-48 credits)

Study Area I: Arts & Humanities (9 credits)  
Literature                                                                                                                                                 3
Philosophy or Fine Arts                                                                                                                           6
 
Study Area II: Social Sciences (6 credits)                                             
History, Economics or ET 399                                                                                                                 6
 
Study Area III: Behavioral Sciences (3 credits)                    
Anthropology, Psychology, or Sociology                                                                                                3
 
Study Area IV: Natural Sciences (8 credits)                                            
Including PHYS 125, CHEM 161, and CHEM 162
   
Skill Area I: Communication Skills (6 credits)                                          
Including ENG 110 and COMM 140                                         
   
Skill Area II: Mathematics (8 credits)                                                        
Including MATH 119 and MATH 152  
   
Skill Area III: Foreign Language (0-6 credits)     
Foreign Language and Internation requirement  
   
Skill Area IV: University Requirement (2 credits) 
PE 144                                                                                                                                                     2
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