Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering Technology, B.S.

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.

Requirements

Major Requirements

ROBO 110Introduction to Robotics and Mechatronics

3

ROBO 210Engineering Mechanics for Automation

4

ROBO 220Parametric Modeling and Simulation

3

ROBO 240Electric Machines

3

ROBO 260Programmable Controllers

4

ROBO 280Embedded Systems Design

3

ROBO 310Data Acquisition & Processing

3

ROBO 320Fluid Power Control

4

ROBO 340Modeling and Simulation in Mechatronics

3

ROBO 350Applied Control Systems I

3

ROBO 370Mechanisms for Automation

3

ROBO 380Mechatronics

4

ROBO 390Robotics, Theory and Applications

3

ROBO 460Applied Control Systems II

3

ROBO 480Industrial Robotics

3

ROBO 496Industrial Internship

3

ROBO 497Capstone Senior Project

3

Total Credit Hours:55

At least two out of four courses (6-9 credits)

ROBO 425Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers

3

ROBO 440Machine Vision and Image Processing

3

ROBO 450Autonomous and Intelligent Mobile Robots

3

ROBO 470Robotics Systems Engineering and Analysis

3

Additional Requirements

CET 236Circuit Analysis

3

CET 270Electronic Circuits and Devices for Robotics

3

CET 363Digital Circuits

3

MATH 221Calculus II

4

MATH 226Linear Algebra and Probability for Engineers

4

MATH 355Introduction to Differential Equations with Applications

4

MM 216Manufacturing Processes

3

General Education Requirements

Study Area I: Arts and Humanities (9 credits)

Literature (3)

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)

PHYS 125University Physics I

4

CHEM 161General Chemistry

3

and

CHEM 162General Chemistry Laboratory

1

Skill Area I: Communication Skills (6 credits)

WRT 110Introduction to College Writing

3

and

COMM 140Public Speaking

3

Skill Area II: Mathematics (8 credits)

MATH 119Pre-Calculus with Trigonometry

4

MATH 152Calculus I

4

Skill Area III: Foreign Language (0-3 credits)

Foreign Language and Internation requirement

Skill Area IV: University Requirement (2 credits)

PE 144College Wellness

2

Total Credit Hours: 130