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Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering

A mechatronic engineer furthers sustainable technological development through products, processes, and services to society.
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Description

The undergraduate degree in Mechatronics Engineering (IMT) has a curriculum that is endorsed by the quality of our faculty, access to cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art tools, and practical orientation that will enable you to participate in projects such as Mini Baja and Premio Tecnos.

Furthermore, we give you the opportunity to participate in activities abroad, at leading universities in engineering such as Rice, Constanz, and UT (PANAM), to name a few.

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Objective

We prepare you to be an innovative and enterprising professional who is capable of integrating knowledge of mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, and computer systems in order to generate technically and economically feasible solutions. You will promote sustainable technological development through products, processes and services to society, in order to solve problems and communicate solutions, taking into consideration factors such as ethical responsibility and their global, social, and environmental impact.

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Admission profile

As a candidate to pursue this program, you must have...

  • An attraction to and inclination for exact sciences.
  • An interest in applying science, technology, and common sense for the benefit of society.
  • An interest in the design and construction of commonly used objects.
  • Analytical skills.

Graduate profile

Upon completion of this program, you will have developed the following knowledge:

  • Design of mechanical elements.
  • Design of machinery.
  • Electronic design.
  • Integration of computer systems and automatic systems.

Upon completion of the program, you will have developed the following skills:

  • You will master the operational principles of mechanisms, pieces of equipment, machines, energy sources; and measuring, control, and protection devices.
  • You will carry out new applications of electromechanical components, devices, or systems in productive or service processes to improve their performance, using engineering design methodologies.
  • You will undertake technological prospective studies, thanks to your detailed knowledge on research results and development, tests and plans for market entry, of new materials, components, devices, or electromechanical systems, usable in productive or service processes.
  • You will assess the performance of mechanical components, devices, or systems used in existing productive or service processes, using physical, economic, and mathematical models.
  • You will create new business opportunities, resulting from successful innovative applications of mechanical components, devices, or systems, in productive or service systems, using new product development methodologies.

Upon completion of the program, you will have developed the following attitudes:

  • You will have a disposition for continuous improvement in all processes and products involved in your area of expertise.
  • You will generate a high-performance technological environment that improves the competitiveness of productive and service processes through innovative proposals for mechanical components, devices, or systems, using project portfolio methodologies.

Field of work

As an IMT graduate, you will be able to develop new products and services, managing projects in areas such as energy saving, the efficient use of energy, robotics, industrial automation, and the redesign of machines and tools.

You will also be able to work in the manufacturing industry: textiles, clothes and leather, wood and its products, paper, printing and editorials, chemical products, non-metallic minerals, basic metal industries, metal products, machinery, and equipment, biotechnology, and the food industry; or in industries such as construction, mining, agriculture, transport and storage, and communications.

  • Mechanical design engineer
  • Test engineer
  • Project engineer
  • Process analysis engineer
  • Automation engineer
  • Electromechanical engineer
  • Control engineer
  • Process engineer
  • Programming and control engineer
  • Electronic design engineer

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Faculty

Departments:
Ciencias Computacionales
Departments:
Ingeniería
Departments:
Física y Matemáticas
Departments:
Física y Matemáticas
Departments:
Ingeniería
Departments:
Ciencias Computacionales
Departments:
Ingeniería

Stories

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