Mechatronic Systems Engineering

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Mechatronic Systems Engineering integrates mechanical, electronics, control, software, and computer engineering for the development of electromechanical products and systems used in a range of industries including automotive, manufacturing, robotics, biomedical, service, aerospace, consumer electronics, and countless others. It includes the study of mechatronic and mechanical design, CAD, fluid mechanic, thermal dynamics and heat transfer, machine design, electronic circuits, power electronics and electric machines, electromechanical sensors and actuators, industrial controls, real time and embedded systems. Students are available at the undergraduate level.

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Past Co-op
Work Terms

SAMPLE CO-OP POSITIONS

  • Automation Control Engineering
  • Biomedical Testing Engineering
  • Control Systems Engineering
  • Design Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Embedded Systems/Firmware Engineering
  • Failure Analysis Engineering
  • Fuel Cell Engineering
  • Hardware Engineering
  • Instrumentation Engineering
  • Machine Design Engineering
  • Manufacturing & Design Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

 

  • Mechatronic Systems Engineering
  • Reliability Engineering
  • Process Engineering
  • Product Development Engineering
  • Quality Assurance & Testing Engineering
  • Satellite Engineering
  • Stack Test Engineering
  • Systems Engineering
  • Test Engineering

Sample Job Descriptions

What Our
Students
Study

All SFU mechatronics graduates develop a set of core skills in these areas:

AREAS OF STUDY

  • Mechatronics engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Computer programming
  • Teamwork, business and project management

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SKILLS

  • Design
  • CAD
  • PLC
  • Optimization
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Controls
  • Robotics and mechatronic systems
  • Alternative energy
  • Power systems