The Division of Engineering Technology at Oklahoma State University welcomes all students
from the nation and world to the Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering program. Our Engineering Technology programs are highly recognized in the nation for our applied
engineering curriculum with student-centric, hands-on laboratory based course work.
The Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering will provide students with an interdisciplinary applied engineering education through
industry oriented coursework and hands-on projects. Students will learn fundamental
and applied concepts of real-world mechatronic and robotic systems, including interface
theory, sensing and actuation systems, hardware and software integration, modeling
and control. Our faculty members have extensive industry experience and are engaged
in innovative research to solve automation, control, communication, and artificial
intelligence related problems. Students will have options to specialize in one or
more areas, including control systems, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles,
advanced manufacturing, and soft-robotics.
The primary goal of the mechatronics and robotics engineering program is to train
the next generation of engineers. The exciting field of mechatronics and robotics
engineering technology at OSU can broaden intellectual interest and engage the curiosity
of students in a hands-on engineering education. This new program modernizes our curricula
offerings, makes it relevant to students’ interest, and addresses workforce demands
for graduates who have broader inter-disciplinary training and practical experience
in the field of mechatronics and robotics.