Mechatronic Systems Engineering 4499 – Mechatronic Design Project

The aim of the course is to develop and practice the interdisciplinary skills required to solve open-ended engineering design problems from a mechatronics perspective. Students will experience all phases of the design process, including: problem definition, generation and evaluation of concepts, engineering analysis and testing, and preparation of design documentation. Project management and communications skills will also be emphasized. A faculty advisor will supervise project teams and an interdisciplinary committee comprised of Mechatronics program faculty members will assess project outcomes. Antirequisite(s): CBE 4497, the former MME 4419, CEE 4441, GPE 4497, SE 4450, MME 4499, ECE 4416, ES 4499. Prerequisite(s): Completion of third year of the Mechatronic Systems Engineering program. Corequisite(s): Pre-or Corequisite(s): Extra Information: 6 laboratory/project hours, 1.0 course. Restricted to students enrolled in the Mechatronic Systems Engineering program. back to top




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