Mechatronic engineering harnesses the power of mechanics, electrical systems and software to create computer-controlled ‘smart’ machines.
It underpins the technology behind robotics and autonomous systems, automated manufacturing and ‘intelligent’ microprocessor-based technologies.
This means that completing a mechatronic engineering degree will give you skills and in-depth knowledge in computer hardware, software and networking.
If the idea of using these skills to become a versatile problem solver excites you, our Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Mechatronic) might be the degree for you.
Be on the forefront of the AI and robotics revolution
The constantly evolving field of robotics is expected to have a huge transformative impact on society over the coming decades.
With a Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Mechatronic) you have the opportunity to specialise in a number of different fields that can contribute to this revolution.
With specialisations available in Robotics and Intelligent Systems, Engineering Data Science and Computer Systems to name a few, the degree can accommodate you in any direction you want to take your career.
With inventions in the pipeline such as autonomous vehicles, humanoid robotics, autonomous systems, automated manufacturing and much more, mechatronic engineers are uniquely placed to play major roles in the development of these world altering systems.
A mechatronic engineering degree at Sydney will put you in a position to be working on the frontlines of this innovation and making a real difference in the world.
A multi-disciplinary degree
Studying mechatronic engineering at Sydney will give you a pathway to a career in several different areas of practice.
Throughout your study you will gain knowledge and skills that allow you to work as a mechanical engineer, electrical engineer or even a computer scientist.
By combining your studies with collaborative projects and industry experience, you’ll graduate with the necessary skills and experience to launch your career in mechatronic engineering.