The study period in the Mechatronics Engineering Department consists of five years asa fulltime study. The Bachelor degree in Mechatronics Engineering requires a minimum of 163 credit hours of course work that covers a broad range ofMechanical, Electronics, Control, and Computer Engineering concepts all integrated through design processes and manufacturing.
Students are admitted to the Mechatronics Engineering Department according to the following criteria:
- A student must fulfil the Engineering Faculty specialisation requirements.
- A student must successfully complete Calculus I (21101), Calculus II (21102), General Physics I (22101), and General Physics II (22102) with an average score of at least 70% to entre a competition for the Mechanical Engineering specialisation.