BE Mechatronics

Permitted by Pakistan Engineering Council.

BE Mechatronics is a unique multidisciplinary specialization that combines precision mechanical engineering with electronics, robotics, computer control and artificial intelligence in the design and manufacture of industrial products and processes. From fuzzy logic controlled washing machines to space exploration, mechatronics systems are at the forefront of technological developments.  Robotics, Manufacturing, Automotive Engineering, Aerospace, and Medical are just a few of industries that are benefiting from developments in Mechatronics. These industries now look for graduates that have a broader engineering background including Electronic and Mechanical and IT skills. Graduates of this specialization are expected to secure positions such as Graduate Engineers, Development Engineers and Project Engineers.

Why choose BE Mechatronics at College of Engineering?

  1. BE Mechatronics is PEC permitted program.
  2. Teaching by distinguished faculty that includes IEEE and PEC members.
  3. A project-based and rigorously monitored engineering program.
  4. BE Mechatronics program best suited to Automobile, Robotic and Electro Mechanical industry requirements.
  5. Good job opportunities upon graduation – students near graduation undergo career development seminar and workshop that provide excellent career preparation.

Program Objectives

The objectives of BE (Mechatronic Engineering) program is to prepare Mechatronic engineers

  1. with a sound knowledge of principles of mathematics, science, fundamentals of engineering design and analysis, and professional ethics,
  2. ability to work in a global and diversified society,
  3. ability to communicate clearly in written and oral formats,
  4. meet the needs of industry for Mechatronic engineering and
  5. to pursue graduate studies.

Program Composition

CoE has come up with a comprehensive curriculum covering not only the areas of engineering and sciences but also incorporating courses in humanities, social sciences and management sciences. This is because CoE wants to make visionary engineers with high ethical and moral values working to serve the humanity.
BE (Mechatronic) is a 137 credit hours program. Courses have been classified as non-engineering and engineering courses as shown in the table below.

 

Number of Courses

Credit Hours

Non – Engineering

15

41

Engineering,

29

96

Total

43

137

The curriculum has been designed to provide the student basic knowledge in the broad area of Mechatronic engineering. The course of study is focused on the fundamental concepts enabling the students to pursue a career in any area from research and development to sales. In addition to the laboratory work that get the student familiar with electrical, electronic and computing equipment and with experimental techniques, course projects, in almost every course, help the student to learn how theoretical knowledge can be converted into working projects.