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Mechatronics Design (MEng)


Course Description

Master of Engineering

The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) program is suited to students who wish to pursue their engineering education in a preferred area of specialization beyond the undergraduate level, but who do not wish to pursue a thesis research program.

Mechatronics Design combines the fields of mechanical and electrical engineering in the study of integrated modeling, analysis, design and manufacture of electromechanical and mechatronic systems. These principles can be applied in the transportation, manufacturing and production engineering, biomedical and healthcare technologies, energy, aviation and aerospace, automated office and household technologies, and computer systems industries.

Students must have a B.A.Sc./Mechatronics or equivalent to enroll the M.Eng. program – Mechatronics option.

Quick Facts

- Degree: Master of Engineering
- Specialization: Mechatronics Design
- Subject: Engineering
- Mode of delivery: On campus
- Program components: Coursework only
- Faculty: Faculty of Applied Science

Visit the Mechatronics Design (MEng) page on the University of British Columbia website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Applicants to the Engineering and Public Policy specialization must hold a credential deemed academically equivalent to a four-year bachelor's degree from UBC in engineering. Admission requirements also include successful completion of a minimum of a 3-credit introductory course in microeconomics (equivalent to ECON 101) and a minimum of a 3-credit elementary statistics course (equivalent to STAT 251). Students must have a B.A.Sc./Mechatronics or equivalent to enroll the M.Eng. program – Mechatronics option.

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