The Department has established the following PEOs:
PEO 1: To Produce multi-skilled engineer who is competent in practicing fundamental scientific and engineering principles in mechatronic engineering with creativity and innovation to solve complex engineering problems systematically.
PEO 2: To produce successful and productive engineers with skills and good understanding in communication, management, teamwork and leadership.
PEO 3:To produce graduates who engage in life-long learning and recognize the importance of natural resources, public health and safety, and with of moral values, professional ethics and responsibility toward society and environment.
The Mechatronic Engineering Department has established the following GAs in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our PEOs
. These GAs are subordinate to PEOs and represent the skills and attributes our students should have at the time of graduation. In addition, these GAs are identifiable and measurable elements that are evaluated to assure PEOs are being achieved.
1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, computers and engineering fundamentals for the solution of problems related to mechatronics.
2. Ability to identify, analyse and solve mechatronics engineering problems.
3. Ability to design solutions for mechatronic engineering problems and design systems, components or processes to meet desired needs concerns for public health, safety and environment.
4. Ability to analyse complex engineering problems and system using research-based knowledge and methods.
5. Ability to use modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
6. Ability to assess social, public health and safety, cultural and legal consequences of complex engineering solutions and relate them to the responsibilities of a professional engineer.
7. Ability to demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development and understand the environmental impacts of engineering solutions.
8. Ability to execute responsibility professionally and ethically.
9. Ability to function effectively as an individual, as a part of team or leader and in a multidisciplinary environment.
10. Ability to communicate effectively through verbal, written and visual communication.
11. Ability to recognize the need for lifelong learning and to pursue independent learning for professional development.
12. Ability to demonstrate understanding of project management and finance principles and manage an engineering project systematically.
Department of Mechatronic Engineering
The Mechatronic Engineering Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as:
• Automation Technologies
• Robotics, Systems and Controls
• Design of Mechatronic Systems
• Motion Control Systems
• Sensors and Actuators