Do you want hands-on, real- world skills and work experience to enter the fields of robotics, mechatronics or manufacturing systems?
Our Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Systems will do it, with a combination of classroom/lab training and real world experience.
The academic portion of this STEM program features small class sizes with a focus on preparing students for careers in multidisciplinary engineering, such as in engineering management, manufacturing, mechatronics and robotics systems.
Courses you would be taking include a foundation in computer, electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering principles, before selecting your concentration in manufacturing, mechatronics or robotics systems. Many of the courses in the core curriculum include a strong laboratory experience, which both enhances students’ learning and hones their abilities to apply technology effectively in the workplace.
In the hands-on, Co-op program, you will have much more than an internship. You will work with an industry partner – like Bosch Corp, LG Electronics or Mitsubishi – where you will apply what you’ve learned in the classroom and gain high-demand, professional skills.
- You want a career developing new technologies in robotics or mechatronics.
- Classroom instruction is backed by hands-on application in well-equipped laboratory facilities including Applied Control Systems, Manufacturing Materials and Processes, Methods Analysis and Simulation Modeling.
- Our faculty conduct research in Applied optimization, Energy aware production systems, Energy management, Operations management, Solid waste management, Statistical data analysis, Production/Logistics Systems and Alternative Energy Infrastructure Modeling/Simulation.