Mechatronic Engineering

Mechatronic engineering is an interdisciplinary program composed of basic courses (e.g. mathematics, physics), major courses (e.g. mechanics, control theory, computer science, electronics), and speciality courses. Contents of major and specialty courses comprise techniques of computer aided engineering, problems of virtual prototyping, elements of modern control and basics of robotics. Students learn about methods and tools for analysis and synthesis of mechatronic systems and integration in mechatronics.

The aim of the Mechatronics engineering first cycle study program is to build the students’ engineering knowledge considered as theoretical background and practical engineering problems. The study comprises laboratory and project classes where students gather practical engineering skills.

The study in Mechatronic engineering prepares to work in interdisciplinary teams that design, manufacture and/or utilize various mechatronic systems. The interdisciplinary knowledge helps the program graduates to communicate with other engineers in the course of solving the practical, complex engineering problems.

The graduates of the program are prepared to work in: design units, research and development institutions as well as in companies that manufacture or use mechatronic devices.

The graduates are also prepared to continue study at the Master level both at home University (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics offers second level Mechatronic engineering program) and at other faculties or universities in Poland or abroad.


Program Educational Objectives:

•        Progress to Master’s studies.

•        Be employed by industry in design offices focused on mechanical or mechatronic systems.

•        Be employed by industry or academia in research and development, experimentation and testing of mechanical, mechatronic or control systems.

•        Increase their level of leadership within their respective organizations.

•        Communicate effectively and work collaboratively in multidisciplinary work environments.

•        Be committed to lifelong learning to enhance their professional knowledge.