This is an unofficial description for this program. For official information check the Academic Catalog.
A minor is not required with this major.
This sequence of courses is designed to supply the student with knowledge and experiences that will enable him/her to work with and design Robotic and Mechatronics 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.
Total Credit Hours: 55 Credits
At least two out of four courses (6-9 credits)
General Education Requirements
Study Area I: Arts and Humanities (9 credits)
Philosophy or Fine Arts
Study Area II: Social Sciences (6 credits)
History, Economics or ET 399
Study Area III: Behavioral Sciences (3 credits)
Anthropology, Psychology, or Sociology
Study Area IV: Natural Sciences (8 credits)
Skill Area I: Communication Skills (6 credits)
Skill Area II: Mathematics (8 credits)
Skill Area III: Foreign Language (0-3 credits)
Foreign Language and Internation requirement
Skill Area IV: University Requirement (2 credits)
Total Credit Hours: 130