The objective of the program is to train mechatronical engineers who are comfortable and competent with cutting edge technologies in both Mechanical and Electrical and Electronic Engineering. They may design, construct and maintain intelligent machines, micro-machines, smart structures, intelligent systems, control systems and consumer products such as cameras, washing machines or fully automated robotic assembly lines, or they may be involved with defense technology and systems.
Our graduates will develop competence or acquire knowledge in the following areas:
- signal analysis and processing,
- computer systems,
- computer science,
- sensor and actuator technology,
- automatic control,
- electrical system design, robotics and microprocessor technology.
The curriculum contains the following subject modules:
Basics of natural sciences: 26 credit points
Mathematics, Application of differential equations, Theory of Optimal Control, Selected Chapters from Electronics, Advanced Systems, Dynamics of mechanical systems, Material Science, Computing Systems.
Economics and Humanities: 12 credit points
Management, Investment decisions and applied economics for engineers.
Specific compulsory subjects: 28 credit points
Digital Servo Drives, Measuring and modeling, Control Theory, Real-time embedded system programming, Image process, Electronics Technology, Computer simulation.
Field-specific vocational subjects: Building Mechatronics Specialization:
18 credit points
Design of Building Mechatronics Systems, Industrial applications of mechatronics systems, vehicles, building automation and robotics I,II.
Optional courses: 6 credit points
Thesis: 30 credit points
Duration of studies: 4 semesters, contact hours: 1.560
ECTS credits: 120, internship: 4 weeks
- 1. Written and oral exam on the topics of Industrial applications of mechatronics systems: vehicles, building automation and robotics
- 2. Defending the Diploma Work (oral presentation and discussion)
We accept applicants with the following BSc diplomas:
- Mechatronics BSc (full credit recognition)
- Mechanical engineering BSc, transportation engineering BSc, electrical engineering BSc, information technology BSc, BSc in Energetics, (partial credit recognition)
- Other BSc diplomas can be considered according to the decision of the Credit Transfer Committee of the Faculty of Engineering, University of Debrecen (partial credit recognition).
Students must have min. of 40 credit points (out of 70) recognized from previous studies to successfully apply to the Mechatronics Engineering MSc program.
The missing credits can be obtained in a Pre-Master semester or taking extra courses during the first two semesters of the MSc program from the mechanical engineering BSc and Mechatronics engineering BSc programs of the Faculty of Engineering, University of Debrecen.
Students must hand in certified (stamped and signed by the university) subject descriptions from previous studies to the Credit Transfer Committee of the Faculty of Engineering, University of Debrecen.
A Skype interview with the applicants is a part of the entry process!
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Last updated June 17, 2017