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Mechatronics engineering is the integration of electrical, electronic and computer engineering with mechanical and industrial engineering. It enables the development of intelligent machines and advanced manufacturing and processing systems.
Areas of study within mechatronics include mechanics, computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing, analog and digital electronics, signal analysis, electro-mechanical systems, advanced materials, sensor technology, automatic control, robotics, system design and development and project management. Students will graduate with competencies in electrical, electronic and mechanical engineering. They will also be able to participate in and lead complex multidisciplinary projects.
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This professional recognition only applies when you study this Major in one of the following courses:
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|ENM2104||Instrumentation and Measurement||15|
|ENS2110||Materials and Manufacturing 2||15|
|ENS5261||Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Systems||15|
|ENS3105||Mechanical Design and Development||15|
|ENS3116||Advanced Mechanical Design||15|
|ENS3553||Signals and Systems||15|
|ENS5230||Electrical Machines and Transformers||15|
Mechatronics engineers have diverse employment opportunities in most sectors of industry, including product design and development, manufacturing, mining and resource, process control and automation, public utilities, road and transport, defence, aerospace and consulting.
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