Deakin’s Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) prepares you to be an industry-ready professional engineer with the skills to apply mechatronics engineering principles to challenging real-world problems such as the automation of industrial processes using robotics and other cutting-edge technologies, flying drones, 3D printers, robotics and self-driving cars.
The course offers studies in electronics, mechanical design and autonomous systems. Through project-oriented design-based learning (PODBL), you’ll learn fundamental theory and apply it to industry-relevant projects to develop innovative solutions to real-world problems.
The course is tailored to industry needs and job readiness, and gives you access to cutting-edge technology and facilities, including state-of-the-art mechatronic systems and industrial robots. Through final-year projects, you will gain an introduction to advanced research areas such as mobile robotics and 3D printing, and have the opportunity to design an autonomous robot.
The course will also provide you with transferrable skills in entrepreneurship, innovation, project management, technical report writing and more. You’ll develop an understanding of ethics within the engineering profession, and of technical and professional issues within the industry while gaining an insight into the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of the modern engineer.
Deakin’s Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) course is accredited by Engineers Australia, giving the degree international recognition and allowing graduates to practise as professional engineers in many countries around the world. With an international skills shortage in the engineering industry, Deakin graduates are in demand.
Career opportunities exist in areas including industrial automation, control system design, electronic control systems engineering, robotics engineering and more.
Units in the course may include assessment hurdle requirements.
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