Mechatronics Technology 

Are you interested in robotics, automated equipment, advanced computer technologies? If getting your hands on this combination of equipment sounds exciting, the Mechatronics Technology degree program is the right fit for you.

Mechatronics technology encompasses the applied synergies of mechanical, electrical, and computer technologies involving robotics, automated manufacturing and packaging, aircraft, heating and cooling systems, and renewable energy systems to name a few. Click here to view program course sequences.

MINOR in Computer Science

Students can obtain a minor in computer science by completing 16 hours of courses including CS 210, Introduction to Computer Science; CS 211, Problem Solving and Programming in C Language; and CS 300, Data Structure and Algorithms I, plus two more 300-level (3 credit hours each), or above. It is suggested students minoring in computer science consult with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS). MET students can take computer science courses to fulfill the 15 hours of technical electives required for the Mechatronics Technology major while fulfilling the courses needed for the computer science minor. Take me to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS).

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