Mechatronics Engineering, BSc

Mechatronics Engineering BSc and MSc programs

Mechatronics is relatively new branch of science and engineering and is defined as “combination of mechanical, electronic, computer, software, control and systems design engineering in order to design, and manufacture useful products”. It is a multidisciplinary field that benefits from the integration of various engineering disciplines.

Mechatronics Engineering BSc program in English

The syllabus of Mechatronics Engineering BSc program consists of  the following subject groups:

  • Basic science subjects (48 credits):
    Mathematics, Technical Mechanics, Engineering Physics, Electronics
  • Subjects in economics and humanities (20 credits):
    Economics, Quality Management, State Administration and Law, Introduction to Ethics
  • Professional subjects (117 credits):
    Informatics, Machine Elements, Computer Aided Technologies, Material Science and Testing, Technology of Structural Materials, Electrotechnics and Electronics, Measuring and Automatics, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics, Mechatronics, PLC programming, Digital Techniques, Robot techniques, Building Automation
  • Optional subjects (10 credits)
  • Thesis (15 credits)

Duration of studies: 7 semesters, contact hours: 2,352

ECTS credits: 210, internship: 6 weeks

Final Exam: Measuring and Automatics, Building automation, Computer Aided Technologies, PLC programming


Mechatronics Engineering MSc program in English

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Mechatronics, University of Debrecen (Hungary) has a joint Master of Science Program in Advanced Mechatronics Systems with the Department of Mechatronics and Robotics of the University of Oradea (Romania) in English.

This advanced degree combines courses of mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering together with courses in mechatronics and robotics. Specific areas of study include mechanics, electronics, design, signal analysis and processing, computer systems, computer science, sensor and actuator technology, automatic control, electrical system design, robotics and microprocessor technology.

The curriculum of Mechatronics Engineering MSc program (in English) is 2 years, ie. 4 semesters, in each semester there are 14 teaching weeks. The curriculum includes subjects of advanced knowledge in the field of Mechatronics and Robotics and other advanced courses.

To obtain a Master degree, students in Advanced Mechatronic Systems must obtain the following number of credits:

  • 110 credits for compulsory disciplines
  • 10 credits for optional disciplines
  • 10 credits for dissertation, thesis presentation.