Minor in Mechatronics Engineering

This program provides an opportunity for students outside the Department of Mechatronics Engineering to learn robotics and mechatronics, which adds value to their education by obtaining skills that are directly and immediately relevant to employers. The proposed minor program provides an opportunity for Kennesaw State University students to systematically take robotics and mechatronics courses and enhance their background and abilities to find a job in the engineering field.

Curriculum

Required Courses (8 Credit Hours)

  • MTRE 3710 - Mechatronics Engineering Fundamentals
  • MTRE 4200 - Robotics Analysis and Synthesis

Control Systems Requirement (4 Credit Hours)

Choose from one of the following 4-credit selections:

  • MTRE - 4001 Modeling and Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems and MTRE - 4002L Feedback Control Laboratory
  • EE 4201 - Control Systems
  • ME 3501 - Dynamic Systems and Control Theory and ME 4501 Vibrations and Controls Lab

Elective Courses (3-4 Credit Hours)

Select one of the following courses:

  • MTRE 2610 - Intermediate Programming for Mechatronics
  • MTRE 4010 - Advanced Controls
  • MTRE 4100 - Instruments and Controls

Program Total: (15-16 Credit Hours)

Engineering standing is required for all courses except MTRE 2610.

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