Program Educational Objectives
Graduates will:
I. successfully adapt to new situations in their professional careers within the global job market, by using the essential tools and fundamental background of the disciplines of Mechatronics Engineering in the areas of Electric and electronics sciences, computer sciences, Thermal and Fluid Sciences, Material Science, Mechatronics, Machine Design and Production Engineering, robotics, communication, artificial intelligence, and automation; Or pursue additional degrees through graduate studies.
II. apply design methodology in relation to mechatronics engineering, by incorporating the use of design standards, realistic constraints, and consideration of the economic, environmental, and social impact of the design.
III. engage in professional service such as participation in professional societies, and to always consider and support professional ethics.
IV. have a constant desire for professional development through life-long learning activities, self-confidence, creativity and leadership.

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