Systems Engineering Master's - Mechatronics
Systems Engineering Master's - Mechatronics Overview
If you are creative, analytical, have critical thinking skills and like to work with your hands, the field of mechatronics is where you could flourish. Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary approach to engineering that involves the design of autonomous machines or systems by applying knowledge of mechanical, electrical, robotic, and computer science engineering to create smart technologies that improve everyday functions. Today’s industries are constantly looking for ways to simplify, increase productivity and lower costs, which is why mechatronics is such an important field of study, and one where mechatronics engineers are in demand.
If a career in mechatronics peaks your interest, you could find yourself in various work environments ranging from high tech laboratories, manufacturing plants, automotive centers, aerospace organizations, and even the television and film industry to create props and special effects.
With this degree, students will have the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience through a hands-on learning approach necessary to building complex systems and understanding autonomous machines.
Through ECPI’s year-round schedule, you could earn a Master of Science in Systems Engineering with a concentration in Mechatronics in as little as 13 months.
15 semester credit hours
Course ID Course Name Credits SE510 Systems Engineering Concepts 3 SE520 System Analysis, Design and Implementation 3 SE530 Testing and Evaluation 3 SE650 Systems Engineering Project I 3 SE652 Systems Engineering Project II 3
Software Engineering Concentration Requirements
9 semester credit hours
Course ID Course Name Credits SE640 Software Architecture 3 SE642 Software Assurance 3 SE644 DevOps 3
Mechatronics Concentration Requirements
9 semester credit hours
Course ID Course Name Credits SE630 Robotics Principles 3 SE632 Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning 3 SE634 Robotics in Automation and Control 3
9 semester credit hours
Course ID Course Name Credits MGT520 Organizational Behavior and Leadership 3 MGT524 Ethics and Corporate Responsibility 3 MGT532 Organizational Change and Development 3 MGT560 Strategic Human Resources Management 3 MGT575 Modern Management Models 3 MGT604 Management and Strategy 3 MGT625 Essentials of Leadership 3
- Program Description
ECPI University’s mechatronics concentration provides students with the opportunity to develop and troubleshoot robotics, programmable controllers, and integrated systems. Students also have the opportunity to apply acquired knowledge and concepts to the entire product life cycle, including operations, costs, scheduling, performance testing, manufacturing, and maintenance through an integrated approach that considers technical, business, and end-user needs. During the course of this program, you could gain the necessary skills vital to developing successful new systems for various industries including how to:
- Function effectively as a member or leader of a team.
- Develop and conduct appropriate testing and evaluation processes.
- Apply principles of business, engineering, science, and mathematics.
- Use pattern recognition and machine learning tools and software.
Students could build a strong foundation in areas of mechatronics including:
- Pattern Recognition
- Machine Learning
- Automation and Control
- Possible Career Track
With this specific concentration, graduates could seek out the following careers:
- Robotics Engineer
- Data Scientist
- Electronics Engineer
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Application Engineer
- Software Engineer
- Mechanical Design Engineer
You could develop your skills in mechatronics in the following industries:
- Research and development
- TV & Film
Upon completion of the Master of Science in Systems Engineering, graduates will be able to:
- Apply principles of business, engineering, science, and mathematics to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems related to complex systems.
- Apply the appropriate engineering design process to build complex systems that meet specified needs appropriate to the discipline from conception through decommissioning.
- Develop and conduct appropriate testing and evaluation processes to include data analysis and interpretation, quality assurance, and continuous improvement of complex systems.
- Demonstrate ethical and professional responsibility in making informed judgments that consider the global, cultural, social, environmental, economic, and other impacts of engineering solutions, as well as the implications for business operations, public health, and public safety.
- Recognize the ongoing need for the identification, acquisition and application of new knowledge.
- Function effectively as a member or leader of a team that establishes goals, plans tasks, meets deadlines, creates a collaborative and inclusive environment, and communicates effectively with a range of audiences.
Currently, there are no students enrolled to provide information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program at this time.
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