Mechatronics Design II MSE 312 (4)
Interweaves mechanisms, electronics, sensors, and control strategies with software and information technology to examine the demands and ideas of customers and find the most efficient, cost-effective method to transform their goals into successful commercial products. Most of the term is devoted to a significant design project in which student groups work independently and competitively, applying the design process to a project goal set by the faculty co-ordinator. Prerequisite: MSE 110 (or ENSC 182), MSE 320 (or ENSC 382), MSE 381 (or ENSC 383). MSE 381 may be taken concurrently. Students with credit for ENSC 384 may not take MSE 312 for further credit.