R/523/6/0096(MQA/FA13340)11/24

Bachelor of Technology (Honours) in Mechatronics

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Mechatronics teaches you a combined mechanical, electrical, computer and industrial engineering to develop intelligent-integrated machines, systems, processes and methodologies. This is an ever-expanding field with the majority of electrical devices now having mechanical parts integrated with electronic components.

You will gain knowledge of mechatronic engineering fundamental and principles, and become well-versed in mechanical, electronics and software integration. Using tools and techniques appropriate to mechatronics engineering technology, you will be able to resolve related problems and design their systematic solutions. You will also learn to work with the appropriate consideration for public health and safety as well as concerns for the environment and sustainability.

Expert Instructors

from industries

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with current syllabus

Hands-on skills

Development

Networking

with industry peers

Collaboration

with industry players

“The expert in anything was once a beginner.”
Helen Hayes

Top Core Courses

Fundamentals that will build you up to stay relevant and excellent today, tomorrow and beyond.

Microprocessor and Microcontroller

This course introduces the basic concepts of microprocessor and microcontroller from internal architecture to its application level. It also covers the concept of memory organization, I/O interfacing, memory interfacing, high-level language programming, modular programming, Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) and Digital to Analog Converter, and peripherals and system design (ISA, PCI, AGP, PCI-X and PCI Express, BIOS, Motherboards, Chipsets, and USART).

Control Systems

This course starts by introducing the concept of control theory and its significant contributions in the engineering field. Different techniques used to analyse the characteristics of the system. based on the process models is introduced next, follow by methods of determining the stability of systems.

Process Control and Instrumentation

This course aim provides students with a basic understanding of process control and instrumentation. The basic principles of process control are described for students to gain a general understanding, followed by the sensor and its characteristics. The basic elements to construct a process control block diagram, discrete-state, and continuous process control are explained with examples.

Learning Pathways

Students will be introduced to a thorough combination of foundation mathematics, electrical circuits and manufacturing technology.

Students will learn the basics of electronics and the fundamentals of engineering mechanics.

At the end of year 3, students will be equipped with the core knowledge of mechatronics, particularly in process control, microprocessors, automation and robotics.

Students’ mechatronics knowledge will be extended to include IR 4.0-related technologies, encompassing mechatronic systems design, IoT and CAD.CAM. 

Students will be required to undertake an independent full-year project that will enable them to put their mechatronics engineering science knowledge and practice into application.

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