Our Mission

To prepare students to work as automation technicians or designers in manufacturing. Graduates will have skills in electronics, PLC programming, sensors, mechanical design, solid modeling, and pneumatics that will find direct application as they start their career in the industry.

Mechatronics Engineering Technology is a hybrid discipline that utilizes Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and principles of Computer Science to design and produce complex computer controlled electromechanical systems.

Area of Focus

Students are trained and skilled in the following areas:

  • Mechanical Systems
  • Basic Electronics
  • Computer Systems
  • Programmable Logic Control
  • Software Tools for Mechatronics
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Sensor Technology
  • Control Technology
  • Programming
  • Robotics


Graduates work in a wide variety of electrical and electronic related fields. Employment positions may include the following:

  • Automation System Design in Advanced Manufacturing
  • Biotechnology
  • Life Sciences
  • Industrial Control Networking and Automation
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Information and Computer Technology

Job Placement

The Engineering Technology Department has a high index of job placements. Students who graduated find a job within a few months of graduating or they already find a job in the field before graduating.

  • 10% of students have a job by their first year
  • 30% of students have a job by their second year
  • 70% of students have a job by their third year
  • 90% of students have a job after graduation
  • graduates have an average yearly salary of $100,000